What does is that even a question mean?

What does is that even a question mean?

Basically, yes. It implies that the answer is so obvious that it’s surprising that the person even bothered to ask.

What is it called when a question does not have an answer?

Rhetorical questions are questions that do not expect an answer. A rhetorical question is a question asked to make a point, rather than get an answer.

What does it mean to say no question?

—used to say that there is no chance of something happening or of someone doing something There was no question of escape.

How do you use not a question in a sentence?

Originally Answered: Can I start a sentence with “how” if it is not a question? Yes, definitely. You can always begin Exclamatory Sentences with how.

What does IHYW mean?

Summary of Key Points

Definition: I Hate You (see also IHU)
Type: Abbreviation
Guessability: 3: Guessable
Typical Users: Adults and Teenagers

How do you say without a doubt?

synonyms for without a doubt

  1. certainly.
  2. definitely.
  3. indeed.
  4. indubitably.
  5. naturally.
  6. obviously.
  7. surely.
  8. undoubtedly.

Is there an answer to every question?

Every question does not have an answer, but every answer has a question. Could it be that all logically constructed and factually- correct questions do have answers. We just don’t know what they are because we are using the wrong system of logic (e.g. calculus vs algebra; inductive vs.

What is a non question sentence?

The first kind of interrogative sentence is the non-interrogative sentence. The specific sentence is used to consult the answers of a question. The answer is yes or no. the intention of the sentence is to inquire a positive or negative answer to a whole sentence or some certain event. For example, the sentence 明天你去长城吗?

Is could a question?

When making general polite suggestions or asking a question, both could and can are possible (“Excuse me, can/could you tell me what time it is?”). Would can also be used to ask polite questions (“Would you mind if I had another cup of tea?”), or to wish for something (“I wish she would write a book.”).

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