Because you're asking something, which is called a question.
A "nonscientific" question is something like, "what is your name?" or "why are you asking something so simple?".......
Are you asleep?
When you are asking a question or if you are declaring something.
It's usually when he looks like theres something on his mind and hes asking you what you have planned for the week.
The question is too broad. Please restate the question, asking something specific.
It was decided by a supervisor that it was asking something different than the question it was merged in.
I was asking a question.
Worst. Question. Ever. - Try actually asking something meaningful. -.-
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im pretty sure you spelled question wrong and make a question by asking something you don't know
The way the question is written it is asking for a comparison to something and it isn't given in the question. The same instincts to what?
If they're obviously asking the same question - merge them together. For example, suppose there was a question 'What isJustin Biebers birthday' and someone else had posted 'When is Justin Biebers birthday' - they're both obviously asking exactly the same question, but in slightly different forms - so they should be merged together.
Because you're more than likely asking for an opinion or a fact. If you question something you're not stating anything; you state something when you answer though.
If you are asking this question in regards to astrology then people born on December 3 are considered Sagittarius.
if you are asking this question for a boating test... stop asking your waisting your time on something stupid
My mom does not say no to every question I ask her. The real question is "Why does YOUR mom say no to every question YOU ask her?" The answer: Maybe you are asking her for something unreasonable, or maybe she is really stressed out and can't do what you're asking. If she actually is saying no to any question, even in response to something such as "Why is the sky blue?" then there is either something very wrong with her, she is ignoring you, or she is just being very funny.
Are you asking what it means, asking why people do it, or asking something entirely different? At this site, you need to ask a complete question so we can answer it -- using fragments is for search engines. Please rewrite your question so we know what you want.
A person was asked to do something. She replied "What are you asking for?" as she did not understanding what she was supposed to do. The reply was "Because that is how you are supposed to do it." The reply was to the question "Why are you asking?" and the question was supped to mean "what are you asking me to do?" One message, "what are you asking for?" and two different interpretations.
I'm not sure what your asking. Is flames another string or the contents of a string? I can't answer your question because your either asking something way beyond or ask something that has no answer.
You need a longer question. Do you want to know something about becoming an actor or actress? We can't understand what you are asking.
to ask something is a verb so ask is the answer to the question your asking
enquiry is asking a question and inquiry if making an investigation into something...
It is unclear what you are asking. Please be more specific to get an answer to the question. Thanks.
if someone is asking you, he/she is asking a "question"