Who do you ask questions to?
The entire Answers community! When you ask a question, anyone all over the world can answer. Some users are designated as Experts - this means that they have experience, education, and/or knowledge in that topic. Other users may answer as well though - even if they're not signed in.
You type your question and if it is unanswered someone or an expert can answer your question, or if you have a friend on Answers.com.
Anyone can answer a question on Answers.com if they sign up, so you are basically asking anyone.
Anyone can answer a question on Answers.com if they sign up, so you are basically asking anyone.
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No, it's not. We aim to grow simple questions and answers -- Q&A's that can become part of FAQs. We don't want WikiAnswers to be just another Web discussion forum. From experience we've found that allowing follow-up questions turns question pages into discussion threads. Instead of asking a follow-up question, ask a new question. I don't know, is it? Seriously though this can be proper in some situations such as a if a teacher uses this method to help a student derive their own answer and in turn grasp a greater understanding, in most cases though, such as on this site, it is not.
Answer . Too often people will answer the question they just asked to promote or support their own point of view. They may also want to show off a bit. Either way, if the question is phrased well and the answer supplied is "correct" as posted, then WikiAnswers is better for it. Anyone who shows up and asks that question and finds it already asked and answered has benefited from this informational resource. . A good reason, though, for doing this is to supply information in a Q&A style. If you know something, and think it may be a question people want to know about, you can ask a question and supply the initial answer. Just remember that WikiAnswers is a wiki, which means your answer can and will be "edited mercilessly" by the Community at large.. I personally think that it is really weird!
When you submit a question, it will soon be reviewed by many contributors and an answer will be posted. Keep the question under watch.
We ask questions because we wish to find out something we did notknow ... after all, no one knows everything! Well... God knowseverything You should ask questions because questions usually lead to answers.Questions provide information and knowledge. Questions also create social relationships: "How are you?" "Whatdid you do last night?" "What did you think of that movie?" Askingpeople questions about themselves shows interest.
When people ask why in response to a question, frequently they want to know how involved and detailed an answer to give. One example would be (from a child) "where did I come from?" The child might not want to learn about sexuality, he may want to know his city of origin or the hospital he was born.
When you ask a question then, sometimes - and only if your question is similar to one or more existing questions which may already have answers - you are asked some further questions after you have just asked a question. This is done first of all to help you, by giving you answers immediately, if any exist. Secondly it helps all the other contributors to WikiAnswers who answer your questions, because they won't have to answer similar questions over and over again. The questions displayed will probably contain some or many of the same words as are in the question you asked. Or, during the 'ask a question' process, other users have already said that your question is the same as an existing question and have allowed the system to make that question (meaning your question) an alternate wording to the existing one. Remember you don't have to sign-up or pay anything to ask a question and receive an answer on WikiAnswers! If your question is not immediately shown as a new question you may see another page headed: Step 1: Is one of these your question? followed by one or more other questions which may look similar to the one you have just asked. These are some existing questions which other people have asked. Each question will be followed by a NO/YES query like this: NO , but show me this one | YES , this is my question If you are sure that one of these is the same as your new question then just press the YES button. If it is not the same as your new question you can press the NO button to see that other one anyway, which will open in a new window. When you have finished viewing that question just close its window and you will be returned to the page where you can submit your own new question. Then, if none of those existing questions is exactly like what you asked about, just scroll down the page until you reach the section headed: Step 2: Review question wording and submit That heading is followed by some notes to help you: Required format: (1) In the form of a question, (2) one question at a time, (3) no punctuation, (4) no personal details or dates. See examples. Then there is a tick box described like this: Optional: Watch this question to be alerted when it is answered or edited You can tick that box to request emails to be sent to you if someone answers or edits your question. Then, if you have not already signed-in to WikiAnswers as a registered user, you will be asked to register and/or log in so that emails can be sent to you about your question. We always recommend you to check your question's spelling , and what it asks , as carefully as possible because this will help you to get the attention of someone who may know the answer! When you are ready, then simply click the Submit Question button and wait to see if you get an answer!
There are many questions that either should not or will not beasked. One question for example is what the future of educationwill look like.
You can ask a question or search for unanswered questions in the large white box located towards the top of your browser.
You should ask questions because questions usually lead to answers.Questions provide information and knowledge. Questions also create social relationships: "How are you?", "Whatdid you do last night?", "What did you think of that movie?".Asking people questions about themselves shows interest. We ask questions to find the answer to them because we didn'talready know the answer
What are the possible questions that you will ask after an interview when asked if you have any questions?
Many people learn everything they need from the interview and have no further questions. If you have anything extra you would like to know about the company, the job, the working conditions, or the salary, then this is the time for you to ask them. You should try not to ask a question that has already been answered, however, as that makes them think you have not paid any attention. If you cannot think of a question, simply smile and say "No," then thank them for the interview.. I agree with the previous post and would like to add a recommendation... write a list of questions ahead of time that you'd like answered about the job, and if they aren't answered during the interview, you should definitely ask them with ease. Inquiring about when a decision to fill the position will be made is an example.
It should be "May I ask you a question?" because you are asking permission to do so. will you make a question "how to write a question" cause i dont know how
\n. \nWith an open mind and belief in your own ideas at the same time.\n. \nJust ask it. I don't think you could shock anyone they've probably heard it all before.
No, all questions have an answer. Well, most do. If the question doesn't make sense, and it's grammar makes the littlest of sense that it cannot be modified to make it more reasonable, the question is unable to be answered. Some questions are inappropriate which, will be deleted by a Supervisor if they see it or a contributor will tell a Supervisor about the problem.
yes it is possible. maybe you would ask "how was your childhood" to some one and that person could say, "How was YOUR childhood?" so yea and also if you have ever seen the show Jeopardy, they always answer questions with a questions becuz that is basically the whole point of the game
After an Anonymous (or non-logged in) user asks a question on WikiAnswers, they are given the opportunity to register so that they can add that question to a Watchlist and be emailed when the question is answered or edited. It is very useful; otherwise you have to keep coming back and checking. Registering is easy - you just need a username, password and email address.
Some times it does and sometimes it doesn't if there are too many people on and your screen loads after they already asked a question after you.
Hmmm... Question of a question... I think that you should click "go' when you typed your question above Thank u
If you don't have a specific question, then it's best not to ask anything at all. Perhaps you can answer questions instead. You can ask "What is it that I should be asking?". Sometimes -- information is based on understanding 'concepts'. Perhaps you could do your best to describe what you are wondering about, with a few sentences, instead of a question. Give us a topic, or subject, or an angle. Some of us will know how to turn it into a question: -- and then into an 'answerable' question. That's why they have the 'Improve' beside the question; so that the question can be refined. Therefore, since a question mark is required; you might put your topic of wonderment something like this: What should I know about . . . . (then your topic)? 'Anything you have ever wondered about, has already been wondered about by someone else.' And most of those topics have been addressed somewhere on the World Wide Web..
You ask us questions so we can answer them for you, because you can get your questions answered much more quickly on Wiki Answers since there is such a big population throughout the whole earth almost anyone can answer your questions.
To ask, just type your question in the green question bar at the top. To answer, click on the question and there should be an "Answer it!" button.
A person can ask questions about the frequently asked questions forPoptropica by emailing support. This is achieved by clicking"Support" at the bottom of the site.
Examples of questions that can quickly define an item in "20 questions" are : . Is it bigger than a breadbox (an old term for a container about 1/4 to 1/2 cubic foot) . Is it animal, vegetable, mineral? . Is it something people use every day? . Can you carry it around? . Is it solid or liquid?
A bag contains 2 red marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 4 green marbles. What is the probability that a green marble will be chosen at random.
It will appear in your history. Click your username (on the left of the page) - that will bring up your profile. To the right is a box 'recent contributions' - at the bottom is a blue link 'see all'. That will bring up everything you've done here. Click the down arrow next to where it says 'filter by - Action' - and select 'questions (asked)' - then click the orange 'Go' button. That will give you a list of just the questions you've asked.
this is a question. how can you make , are there any reasons to drink and drive? , into a statement? Let me ask you a question. Is a statement but, Let me ask you a question is this a question or a statement? Is a question.
if u were invisable where would u go and what would u do? whats the worst lie uve ever told? did u get caught? whats the difference between sex and making love?! one thing u wish a girl would do for/to/with you?! favorite kinda kiss!!
Curious people, and those for a thirst for knowledge ask questions. Someone once said "He who asks a question is a fool for a minute. He who doesn't remains a fool forever", and that is true in this case.
Do you own a light saber? Do you sparkle in the sun? Will you roleplay Harry Potter with me? Will you climb into bed with me and watch Anime? ^^ those are some sexy questions.
In the blue sidebar, click on "My contributions". To the right of the sidebar, underneath your name, you'll see "Filter by:" and then to the right of that you'll see "Action". Click on the little blue arrow, and you'll see options. There you'll see "questions (asked)", click on that, and then click the "orange Go" to the right. To go back to how your contributions were, click the little blue arrow and select "All actions", and click "Go"
The question word 'why' is asking for a reason. So you only use 'why' when you want to know the reason for something. If I said 'My name is Fred.' It would be a bit strange to ask 'why.' If I said 'I'm going home.' Then it would be reasonable to ask 'why'
You can ask a question and answer your own question. You can then ask another question. If you ask a question that has already been answered you will see that in the asking process.
if you are a member, type in a unanswered question and someone might answer it. To make an account, you must be either 13 or older or link it with one of the provided services. i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.
you answer these questions by looking at the pop up that says answer these plain and simple
Yes, it is. Furthermore,it would also have been a question if you had thought of asking a question that is a question related to a question mentioning a question.
I usually ask if there are any training opportunities/career development plans to assist with personal growth - seems to make the interviewer less tense and more relaxed, making me feel more comfortable. Lets face it, if they think you are keen to learn, they are more likely to take you on. I have only ever had three interviews...and got all 3 jobs!
It's called being a socratic jerk who tries to belittle someones curiosity by being condescending
People ask questions because there not sure or want to learn more Here is a question for you: "Why did you ask this question in the first place?"
On the left on any page, look for Quick Links, then MyContributions. Click that. If you are a registered user withlog-in, it will show all you asked, answered, etc. If you used anIP, it will be mixed in with other users for that IP address.
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There are millions of answer here. Maybe you haven't asked your question properly.Try re wording your question. People may not have understood what you were asking.
"Asking a question about asking questions" is an activity of most children, because they are creative and inquisitive. Philosophers also ask questions about questions, even questioning the same questions they just posed. Questioning of questions often leads to more questions, often resulting in ingenious solutions or new ideas.
You do still have the ability to ask anything, but it takes a little bit of time to be answered. You need to understand that we are unpaid volunteers from all over the world answering your questions, not some random robots in a cubical just waiting for your questions to answer immediately. Some of us are busy with jobs, or with kids, and we get on the computer at some point in the day to have a break from it all, and then we decide to take some of the goodness in our hearts to answer the questions of the people who actually need answers.
How did you ask that question when you did not ask that question but she ask that question did she not?
She told you to ask the question. Well, you didn't ask the question so she asked the question. But it's your fault if you don't know for sure if she asked the question.
If you have a question, but there is no question to be asked, thensomething is wrong... either language skills are lacking, so thatyou can't put the question you have into words in order to ask it,or something is wrong with your ability to ask a question. Maybe asoftware problem? ... Not sure why you would find yourself in aposition where you could say "there is no question to be asked." What I would say is to ask your question whatever way you can. Ifyou have to do it in person, or draw it, or find a new site, orwhatever is making it so there is no question to be asked... find away to ask your question anyway. If the question you want to ask does not exist on the database thengo ahead and ask the question in the box above where it says Askus anything.
The asking of questions as is the answering is purely voluntary. If you do not want to ask or answer you may just read the posts. If you do not want to just read and not interact then most will not join areas like Answers.com.
Most people ask questions so someone will provide them with the answer to their question.
Asking the teacher a question is beneficial to learning a skill or passing a course. If one does not ask questions, one may not learn as much as one can.
There might be several reasons, and suspicions here might just aseasily be incorrect as correct. A question is often too general,and without enough context to answer; often when just one moreimportant piece of information would make an answer possible. Ananswer may not be known to your question; or, the one who mightknow has not seen your question, yet. The answer might be toosensitive, for whatever reason--the question too inflammatory,intentionally or not. Or the question might be self-absorbed,applying only to you, and no objective answer is possible. You might have already gotten the answer--possibly more thanonce--and just refuse to accept it...great things might come fromthis. Or, you might just be 'off your meds,' so to speak,codependently appealing to an analog of humanity with littlelikelihood of getting your question answered, your needsmet--although this is quickly evolving. You are assuming a "you"here, when this is not really true. You might seek a more specific forum, which is available from thesearch bar, for esoteric questions whose answers are moresubjective by nature.
When you ask a question, you should go to the answered questionsarea and see whether your question has been answered.
See ... I`ve answered this one. So your theory proved to be untenable. Maybe your other questions were too difficult?