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How do you start a polite question?
Using indirect question forms is an especially polite way of asking polite questions.The information requested is the same as in direct questions, but are considered more formal.Notice that an indirect question begins with a phrase (I wonder, Do you think, Would you mind, etc.)
How do you do answer?
The short answer is: yes, the answer to “How do you do?” is “How do you do?” It is also acceptable to reply “I’m fine, and you?” and similar variations. However — and this is important to the etiquette side of things and not so much the language side — “how do you do?” is actually not a question!
Do all questions have answers?
Not all questions have an answer. In mathematics and science we solve our problems as well as create them. But in art and philosophy things are not so simple. In art it is always as though the question is what the work of art is really about.
Is it bad to ask a lot of questions?
Another time it can be bad to ask lots of questions is if it’s repeating the same question. So, basically, if you’re asking because you’re genuinely interested, asking questions is usually appreciated, but if it’s in inappropriate situations, or because you weren’t listening, that’s generally found to be annoying.
What are the 5 Socratic questions?
Paul’s six types of Socratic questions:Questions for clarification: Why do you say that? Questions that probe assumptions: Questions that probe reasons and evidence: Questions about Viewpoints and Perspectives: Questions that probe implications and consequences: Questions about the question: