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This line of poetry from "Totally like whatever, you know?" is most likely stated as a question for what purpose?

"I have nothing personally invested in my own opinions, okay?"
a-To show that questions can be formed in any situation
b-To explain the speaker's uncertainty
c- To mock the manner of speaking that the writer is criticizing
d-To show that the speaker does not know how to use punctuation

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To mock the manner of speaking that the writer is criticizing is the reason why that line of poetry is stated as a question.

The purpose of this line summarizes the general intention of the whole poem by Taylor Mali where he exposes how new generations use language in an almost incongruent form and how they are not self-aware neither self-assured of themselves and the way they follow tendencies in communication more than actually convey a message.

The correct answer is C To mock the manner of speaking that the writer is criticizing.

The other options are not correct because they don't show the critical aspect of this piece of work which is totally focused on the way we communicate to each other.