I would have to say the question although the answer was available.
Only in the Jeopardy! game show does the answer come before the question.
An answer is usually given in (response) to a question.
What about one caveman saying, "Look at the monster!", before the other 'asks what it is?
"Look at the monster!" is not an answer anymore than someone pointing out the "big dipper" in the sky to you or saying: "Check this out!". If I ask "What is it?" I would then get an answer or explanation.
i will have to agree that questions are formed based on available answers
The answer is always there - it's the people that begin to question...
I would have to say the answer, only because I am a mom four times over and mom's have this ability. I always had psychic abilities with my kids. I always knew what their question was before they asked so I just answered first to save time.
by aware 8 years ago
the answer is very easy. the explanation very short . how many posts will it take to get this one right?
by Jack Lee 16 months ago
For the evolution scientists, which came first the chicken or the egg?I don't think this dilemma has been fully explained or explored. All evolution scientists and biologists, please explain...
by Sky9106 4 years ago
Were we first dead , before we came alive , or were we always alive?Every which way I truthfully look at these possibilities , it seems the correct answer would lie in a belief that may end up proving conventional thinking quite wrong. What do you believe?
by Apostle Jack 7 years ago
When one use the phrase "I think so",what are they saying?Can that be considered an incomplete thought?
by whatuc 8 years ago
What is the etymology of the saying "cut to the chase"?
by Smart is Good 6 years ago
Why do some of my questions get deleted saying it caused a discussion?
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