Where can you go to ask a number of questions to one person who has been or is going to be in the Olympics?
If you look hard enough, you can probably find a former olympic athelete living near you, after all, thousands of people have competed in the Olympics at some point.
--Answer- write or Google the U.S.O.C, that is the united states olympic committee and see if they can help you.
Curiosity leads to questions, questions lead to answers, and answers lead to understanding. You watch if you go to school a person in your class that is very smart will either ask a bunch of questions, or they will be very quiet. Even if it is not true, remember when you were going through a stage when you asked someone a lot of questions? If the person answered you do you remember who much you…
He says that he has stopped and that he will not be in the 2016 Olympic games. Sadly he is going to stop swimming in the Olympics when he is 30. He said at the winter Olympics that 2012 olympis will be his last Olympics because he will be 27, and he doesn't want to swim at the Olympics after he 30. :(
It is a game - you have 20 questions that you may ask another person to find out what he or she is thinking about. Most people start with the question "Is it animal, vegetable, or mineral?" to narrow things down. You can also hear this used in the phrase "We're not playing 20 questions here," meaning that somebody is asking too many questions and the other person is not going to answer them.