So someone can post the wrong answer for laughs.
Hopefully - to get answers, although many teenagers have been known to ask them just to be argumentative, aggravate people, or to be smart alecs.
When asking about the purpose of a speaker and the audience of a text, you're asking what the purpose of the speech is.
For the sole purpose of asking questions and having them answered.
To prevent people from asking stupid questions . lol
no don't do that. the questions are the whole purpose of the website
Because the purpose of the website is to create a common place for people who have questions and people who have knowledge to interact with one another, by asking and answering questions. If unwanted/unnecessary questions are allowed, the main purpose of the website would be defeated. Hence, they are not allowed
To provide feedback to the person you are listening to. The questions need to encourage them to expand on what they are telling you. It proves you are indeed listening.
No, not all questions have answers. Philosphers have been asking some questions for centuries, like:Is there a GodWhy are we hereWhat is knowledgeDoes life exist on other planetsDoes my life have a purpose
your asking your question im asking my questions we all ask our own questions.
The ISBN of Asking Questions is 0333662717.
no this site does not charge you for asking questions.
Asking Questions has 282 pages.
Engage in some conversation, but do not talk about anything personal or about your purpose here