"I hold a short question"
and whichever is the right one...what would be the opposite of that?. Thankyou!
Answers: They are both correct. It might be a small put somebody through the mill (is that water) or a large cross-examine (how does the water bring transported into the city?); or it may be a short question (is that water) or a long examine (why is the water that remains surrounded by cisterns still potable after several months when just a few molecules of hose down in a household can return with infested with widely varying bacterial strains?)
Why not? (short question).
EDIT: And it is of course a full sentence. It is unbelievable how some answerers will post comments that are completely nonsensical. (I enjoy a short question: I, subject, hold, verb--which is all you need--question, purpose, short,adjective--look at all the extras you get hold of to this supposedly incomplete question! Jeeez!
I believe the answer is "I hold a small question." The different to either one would be "I do not hold a question."
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