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Kelly asked _____ questions about my family life. Which word gives Kelly’s questions the most positive connotation? prying snooping probing nosy

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you think it is?

  2. anonymous
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    prying?

  3. anonymous
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    I was thinking C

  4. anonymous
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    Probing- seek to uncover information about someone or something.

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    Prying looking or searching curiously snooping- to about in a sneaking, prying way Probing- to search into or examine thoroughly Nosy- unduly curious about the affairs of others Here what they mean. what do you think the answer is?

  6. anonymous
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    probing

  7. anonymous
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    You also have to think which answer is giving her most positive connotation.

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    Yes? No?

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    It is probing, that word is used in the most positive circumstance.

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    I didn't choose prying because it never said the Kelly was searching through anything. it said she was asking so she was technically seeking for more information by asking. thats why i leaned to probing instead of prying.

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