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Which one of the following questions would be inappropriate to ask during an interview?
A. Do you have children of your own
B. What do you like best about teaching young children
C. What is one science activity that would be appropriate for four-year-olds?
D. What kind of punishment would you use for a child who hits others?

A is my answer can you tell me if I am right.

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    Yes. You're absolutely right.

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