Either they are deliberately being evasive , or you are asking questions that may be too personal. Ask if you are prying, and if you are, please apologize.
direct democracy is when each person rules and indirect is when people vote for people who rule.
It kind of depends on the sentence, but typically it will be a direct object, because indirect objects are usually people or animals.
Direct Democracy: People represent themselves. Indirect Democracy: People elect representatives to represent them. :)
Answers Liars, users, and people abusers. People whose intentions are not sincere. They have something to hide.
people ask questions here because most of the time people get a direct answer than having to search through links like on google
Different people answer a questions, so the answer is MANY people answer your questions you post.
No. The answers to questions are not programmed; the answers come from people that want to give their time to give the answers to questions.
The reason is because we don't have a system that answers questions. How the answers get there is by people. By asking and answering questions. So since people give the answers it might be days or weeks or more till you get an answer because we have 2,000,000 members and 10,000,000 questions so there are a lot of questions to go through and answer them all but eventually your questions will have answers.
Wiki Answers does not answer questions. It only provides a place for people to answer questions asked by other people.
The answer to "what" must be a noun or a pronoun that refers to things. It could be the subject or direct object of the sentence. Ex. What ingredient is needed for the cookies? Sugar is needed. (Subject.) What is he buying? He is buying a car. (direct object.) For whom, the answer is going to be a person or people, and it will be the direct object of the sentence. (The answer for who would be the subject.) Ex. Whom are you taking to the dance? (Notice how you is the subject.) I am taking Bruno. (Bruno is the direct object of the sentence. (For who-- Who is taking Bruno to the dance? Bruno is still the direct object. I am taking Bruno. I is the subject.)
The book Bankruptcy for Dummies answers most of the important questions people have about bankruptcy.
Other people answer the questions.