Can you answer the question below?
When I ask a question,why does it appear in the second box and I must create another form of the question?
The first bit is for the question itself, the second box is for clarification. In other words, the first is a one-sentence question that lets us know whether or not it might be something we want to answer, and then you can fill in some details and make it a bit more specific in order to ensure you get accurate answers.
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