yes when you ask why something is up it is a question, unless it is a rhetorical interrogate then most of the time populace are not looking for answers to those.
when it's an answer! when its rhetorical
When It's An Answer
yeah, you need to examine yourself
when their's no question blemish!
it is a rhetorical sound out... a question that answers itself!!!!
when you ask it ;) lol
sorry I don't know really Well rhetorical questions are precise not questions, because your not looking for an answer.
When it's an answer.
It is a cross-examine hwen you use: When? where?Why? Do? etc... and lastly, a examine most have aquestion indicate.
It doesn't enjoy to have a press mark to label it a question! I.E. "I be wondering if it was raining outside" (although technically that's a statement...the objective implies a request for information, "Is it raining outside?"). If the statement expects an answer, it's a question.
When it is redundant....what you're saying starts to kind no sense.
A statement has to complete a thought to where on earth it can stand on its own without further elaboration.
So does a sound out.
Therefore, what you have typed does own problems, and they are not just punctuation.
You're not going to find a unharmed lot of 'correct' English here, so don't even worry in the region of it.... who what where when and why are get underway questions.. which you use to draw from more in depth answers as anti closed questions.. which is are can etc which you can individual respond to with a a yes or no.... a query is not a question when you hold the answer to the question already posed.. with the sole purpose questions that a raise when there is no answer it is not a cross-question in which luggage it is a rehtorical question.. explanation there is no answer or an answer is not sought.
Is it 'When it's an answer'?
Now there's a question too. When you speak nothing
When it's a duck.
if ur asking why is something going on why is that a question? if u ask ur missus why u doing that! is she gonna answer? NO cos u merely asked something that is totally stupid n she will probably turn round n growl recounting u 2 piss off
When it is a suposition.
when it's phrazed so disappointingly its undecipherable
"At what time will you arrive? " This is a request for information that requires an answer.
"Dumped again, will I ever learn?" This is a rhetorical grill which does not require an answer. You are simply talking to yourself surrounded by exasperation.
If anyone did answer this rhetorical question near a, "No, you never will because you are dumb." You would most likely act in response in furious manner!
Trade Union leaders repeatedly pose rhetorical questions after answer it themselves.
"Are we going to let them grind us down? I am recitation you, worthy brothers, NO, we will never go vertebrae until they meet our demands." The boring answer is "when it is rhetorical" ... ie: no answer required
When its a rhetorical question. It's not too great when nobody answers your question either!!
a question is not a examine when you answer your question by yourself or possibly when the answer to your question is surrounded by your question
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