When I ask something I already know the answer?

When I ask something I already know the answer?

When something is rhetorical that means it is made for style or effect, likewise a rhetorical question is a question that is asked for mere effect, rather than a question that needs to be answered. Questions like “Who knew?” or “Who’s better than me?” are often rhetorical.

What is asking and answering questions?

We ask questions in order to learn more information about something, and we answer questions to provide more information. Answering questions involves having a child hear the question, think about the meaning of the question, understand the meaning of the question, form an answer, and speak the answer that they formed.

What do you call something that you already know?

natch. adverb. spoken used for showing that you think someone probably already knows what you are saying or that you think something is obvious.

What do you call a question that doesn’t need an answer?

A rhetorical question is a question asked to make a point, rather than get an answer.

What do you call someone who avoids answering questions?

circumvent: to avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing The Free Dictionary. https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/286215/what-is-a-word-for-purposely-trying-to-avoid-answering-a-question/286220#286220.

What is the main idea expressed by the text?

The main idea that expressed by the text to the reader is what the paragraph, article, or other section of a text is going to be about. Often the main idea is explicitly provided in a declarative statement, which is a statement of fact ending in a period.

Can a question be a request for information?

Yes, a question can be a valid request for information. It is important to be aware of this so that you can identify requests and send them promptly to the correct person. “Please send me all the information you have about the application for a 24-hour licence at the Midnite Bar.” “Re. Midnite Bar licence application.

When to respond to the other side’s requests for information?

Requests for admissions, which are written requests that ask the other side to admit or deny certain facts about the case. (NRCP 36; JCRCP 36.) If you have received discovery requests (which would probably come in the mail), you have thirty days to mail your written responses back to the other side. Missing that thirty-day deadline can be serious.

When do you need to answer a question under the Data Protection Act?

Under the Act, if you have information in your records that answers the question you should provide it in response to the request. You are not required to answer a question if you do not already have the relevant information in recorded form. In practice this can be a difficult area for public authorities.

When do you do not have to answer a question?

You are not required to answer a question if you do not already have the relevant information in recorded form. In practice this can be a difficult area for public authorities. Many of those who ask questions just want a simple answer, not all the recorded information you hold.

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