What would you like to do?
you don't have to ask a question
well, it's obviously you. i mean c'mon, you just asked a question it is you who are asking these retarted 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"
I dont know ive been trying to figure out how to answer too
cause you are
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I have an answer for you?
an awsome person
Um... You're asking a question right now. So... technically, yes.
just like that... your welcome ~B.E.S(:
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?"
If you have a question, but there is no question to be asked, then something is wrong... either language skills are lacking, so that you can't put the question you have in…to words in order to ask it, or something is wrong with your ability to ask a question. Maybe a software problem? ... Not sure why you would find yourself in a position where you could say "there is no question to be asked." What I would say is to ask your question whatever way you can. If you have to do it in person, or draw it, or find a new site, or whatever is making it so there is no question to be asked... find a way to ask your question anyway. If the question you want to ask does not exist on the database then go ahead and ask the question in the box above where it says Ask us anything.
No, because this is WikiAnswers, not Ask.
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.