How to ask a yes or no question?

How to ask a yes or no question?

Connect the two phrases with the question word or ‘if’ in the case the question is a yes/no question.

What does it mean when a woman doesn’t ask you a question?

Just because she didn’t ask you doesn’t mean she doesn’t care, isn’t interested, or an awful person. Many times women forgot to ask, is busy, and quite frankly — if they’re a popular lady with other messages going on, she’s answering because she still has interest but will move onto the next.

Is there a list of 350 good questions to ask?

350 Good Questions to Ask – The only list of you’ll need. Here is my ridiculously long list of good questions to ask. Use them to get a conversation going or as a fun way to pass the time with friends or loved ones. With 350 questions to choose from, I’m confident that everyone can find plenty of good questions to ask!

What to say if you don’t know the answer to a question?

If you don’t want to answer the entire question, find a part that you can address, says Sullivan. “You can say, ‘I appreciate that this is of interest, right now. Let’s focus on this part,’” he says. “Briefly answering part of the question may be enough to assuage and satisfy them.”

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Why does he not want to see me on the weekends?

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