What that person likes to do on their free time.
No, because what if the boy asks a guy and what if the girls asks a girl? So the answer is no, but it depends on how the person will look when asking the question.
The third person singular for the verb to ask is asks:He asks...She asks...It asks...John asks...Jane asks...Rover asks...
It means that person is asking the other one out on a date or to be in a relationship with them.
Usually when your crush asks you who you like, it means he/she wants to know if he/she is the person that you like because he/she likes you.
No. How a person TREATS YOU indicates how he feels about you.
They are asking if you rum 3.1 mile road races.
if who asks
rogat is he asks (she asks / it asks).It can also regularly mean to ask for.benedictionem rogat he asks for a blessing.
It means he asking what you like and what you like to do in general, and stuff like that. He is asking about your interests because he wants to know more about you.
Kids rarely share parents interests either. it depends what kind of person you are and what interests you. Just because your dad is into fishing doesn't mean you have to be. They are interested in YOU but not necessarily your hobby.
When someone asks what you mean to them, tell them the truth. The other person would probably be hurt when they find out you lied to them. It's always worse in the end if lies are involved.
At minimum, it means the person has no respect for you.
yeah............he hates you
A 'high five' is where one person holds a hand up, and the other person claps their hand against it.
I think you mean either a fabric: polyester; or a person who asks questions: pollster.
The professional interests of one are going to vary from person to person. A person that is a nurse will be more interested in medical and scientific areas.
It is a question in Polish that translates in English to "What is it?". Such as, if the person points to an apple and asks this question, he/she is asking what the object is.
This means, "What d'ya think of me?" It actually asks for the person to give their personal opinion.
The " chair person "
Asks is present tense. It's the third person singular conjugation.