A nosy person or a person that enjoys learning, depending on the questions. Seeker of knowledge (intelligent). Inquisitive Curious
The " chair person "
An idiot! Ha! Ha! Just kidding. You could call that person inexperienced, ignorant (unknowing), a "newbie", a trainee, etc.
The tradition is for the questions to be asked by the youngest person present. Traditionally, the youngest person at the table who is capable of asking the questions.
They call Antonio "The Inquisitor" because he asks so many questions.
. I'm a lawyer. The answer would be a "curious person". Again, the answer would be a "curious person".
20 Questions is a game where you think of a thing (either a person, place, thing, animal, etc.) and the other person can ask you 20 questions about it to try and guess what you are thinking of. For example: You think of spider The first question your partner asks is: Is it a person? You answer: No Then your partner asks: Is it an animal? You answer: Yes Then your partner asks: Is it a mammal? You answer: No And so on...
The person would be inquisitive or curious.
An interviewer is a person who is asking a person questions such as in a job interviewer. The interviewer asks the person about their work history and schooling. The interviewee is the person who would be answering these questions.
A child who asks many questions can be described as "inquisitive". This has a positive connotation. Badgering or pestering also describe describe a person who asks many questions. This has a negative connotation.
It is a poem that generally asks a person, place or thing questions.
A Skeptic person
The 20 questions game is that one person will ask the question and the other person will answer. The person who started the game will ask all 20 questions before the other person starts their 20 questions.
A normal person is normal. And a person with mind problems asks these sort of questions.
The person who asks stupid questions like this. Grow up and get a life.
A phone asks no questions but receives a lot of answers.
i don't know. ask aplice man or policewoman
There are no stupid questions.
The third person singular for the verb to ask is asks:He asks...She asks...It asks...John asks...Jane asks...Rover asks...
One way that rhetorical questions may cause tension is because they are not really questions. The person who asks a rhetorical question does not expect nor want an answer. This can lead to some tension in the person who is not agreeing with the speaker.