Since the birth of quantum mechanics, its classical correspondence (or analogy) has been a hot topic for physicists. In this paper, we first discuss whether there is a classical correspondence of quantum entanglement. We give a positive answer through the following examples: in the framework of quantization of mesoscopic circuits, two mesoscopic capacitance inductance ($LC $) circuits with mutual inductance are proved to be the source of quantum entanglement by using the integration within an ordered product, and then the formula of their characteristic frequency is obtained, It is found that it is similar to the expression of the small oscillating frequency of a classical system described below. The classical system is shown in Figure 1. Two walls are connected with the same spring. And between the two springs a sliding trolley can move on a smooth table. The trolley is hung with a simple pendulum, The small oscillating frequency of the system is calculated by analytical mechanics. It is found that the swing of the simple pendulum will cause the trolley to oscillate back and forth. The mutual restraint effect of the pendulum, the trolley and the spring reflects the "entanglement" between them.