Why are questions important? When someone asks a question, they are generally curious, or want an answer. For example, when will dinner be ready or what time will the bus arrive? Sometimes questions require more questions or you just think about the answer. Sometimes you use questions to learn information about something or someone or to just order food or buy something.
Questions can range from what is your favorite movie to what is the meaning of life? Sometimes, the questions relate to what you do such as interview questions. For example, why do you think you are qualified for this position? Why did you leave your last position? Sometimes questions can make you feel uncomfortable. Have you ever been fired from a job? Have you ever been arrested? Questions can make you think! What is your proudest accomplishment or what is your weakness? Questions may evoke emotion. What does love mean to you or who was the first person who broke your heart? Questions can reveal something about you. What is your favorite book, movie or song and why? Questions can be serious or just make you think about different answers. Do you believe in the death penalty? Why or why not? Questions can relate to finding a spouse. What would you want to know about your future wife or husband? Since money can always be an issue, what would want to know about your spouse’s spending habits? What are your future spouse’s earnings? How many children do you want? Where do you want to live? What was your family life like when you were young?
Questions help us learn about things and people. Questions will always get answers, but not always the answers we are looking for! That is why questions sometimes create more questions. Sometimes questions are asking your opinion. It is real important to learn how to ask questions! Industries such as search engines (Google) are built around questions and answers. This is how we learn. If you like this article, please subscribe.
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