The answer is A., it makes it feel as if you're shouting at the reading. Exclamation marks are used to show lots of emotion, as sometimes it is also used for shouting.
B., C., and D. all are completely not related.
Your opinion can be expressed with exclamation marks, it won't confuse anyone. Like I said, exclamation marks are used to show lots of fire and emotion. It wouldn't confuse anyone.
Exclamation marks do not confuse the main point. The reasoning for why it isn't C is similar to the reasoning for B. Exclamation marks do not change the main point.
C. is pretty much the opposite. Exclamation marks are used for emotions, not to show no emotion.
A. It makes it feel as if your shouting at a reader.
1. it confuses the reader as to what your opinion is
2. it makes it seem like your screaming at the reader
It makes it feel as if you're shouting at the reader.
d. it makes it feel as if you're shouting at the reader
An exclamation point (!) at the end of a sentence expresses excitement or emphasis. When you emphasize something, you want it to really stand out.
•It’s a home run!
•You’re driving too fast!
Don’t use too many exclamation points when you write. A sentence with an exclamation point is like shouting. Shouting can be irritating in person—and in your writing
Anytime you use more than one exclamation point or question mark it is known to be very improper do to you already knowing that it's a question or a loud remark
D. It makes it feel as though you're shouting at the reader.
Exclamation points are used to exclaim emotional remarks. So when you overuse the exclamation mark it comes off as exaggerative and unproper. It is best you only use an exclamation point when absolutely needed in formal writing. I try to avoid them all together.
Exclamation points suggest something is being said with feeling, or they signal the dynamics of a piece of speech (if it is said with emphasis or at a loud volume). They exaggerate the point being made. If your writing is full of exclamation points, the statements lose some of their impact. They should be used sparingly.
I would pick c. Because it will confuse u if u were serious about something and u put an !