What is a group of questions called?

What is a group of questions called?

A few options, some admittedly phrases and also various forms: line of questioning. questions. questioning. questionnaire.

What does a series of mean?

1. Series, sequence, succession are terms for an orderly following of things one after another. Series is applied to a number of things of the same kind, usually related to each other, arranged or happening in order: a series of baseball games.

When you don’t say po at opo you are impolite?

Answer: Yes. It is impolite to not say po and opo on your grandma and etc. Be respectful.

Where did po and opo came from?

the Philippines

What does do not say mean?

—used to express surprise “She ran off with another man.” “You don’t say!” —often used ironically to show little surprise at something “They lost again.” “You don’t say.

Why dont you say so meaning?

Inf. a general response to something that someone has said. (Expresses a little polite surprise or interest, but not disbelief.)

What you should never ask a girl?

20 Questions a Man Should Never Ask a Woman (and the Reasons Why)

  • Can I kiss you?
  • Why won’t you talk to me?
  • You look different today, why’s that?
  • You’re looking tired today, did you not get a good night’s sleep?
  • I know you’ve got a boyfriend, but can we be friends?
  • How old are you?
  • I don’t know, what do you want to do?

What is it called when you ask a lot of questions?

inquisitive. adjective. asking a lot of questions about things, especially things that people do not want to talk about.

Is if you say so rude?

Another offensive phrase: “If you say so.” This phrase is sarcasm in the form of insincere agreement. “If you say so” doesn’t mean that what’s being said is true – only that it’s being said. The top offensive phrase: “Shut up.” Simply put – It’s a harsh way to silence someone, and it conveys extreme disrespect.

What makes you think meaning?

what’s makes you think so is generally used on a serious note I guess.. like when the other person says something that you know is not correct but you want to know what made them think that way.

What makes you say so meaning?

Can be used sarcastically to indicate that someone’s remark was very obvious. A: “I don’t believe this is going to work.” B: “What makes you say so?

What is seiso?

What is Seiso? It is defined as cleanliness, shine etc. It defines to maintain cleanliness by everyone in the organization. This activity involves cleaning the work place. The objective of Seiso is to clean work place where by using the senses you detect possible problems before they happen.

Is asking a lot of questions a sign of intelligence?

In fact asking questions is a sign of strength and intelligence – not a sign of weakness or uncertainty. Intelligent questions stimulate, provoke, inform and inspire. Finally some people are in such a hurry to get with things that they do not stop to ask questions because it might slow them down.

What is another word for questions?

What is another word for question?

query enquiryUK
quiz quizzing
demand inquest
inquisition interrogative
interrogatory poll

Why you say so meaning?

In AE, “Why would you say so?” means “Why do you say that?” and implies “Why do you think that?” There is no past-tense “did”.

What is the rudest thing you can say to someone?

10 Things People Always Say That Are Actually Rude AF

  1. “You’re actually cute for a (enter race here) person.”
  2. “Aren’t you tired of being alone?”
  3. “You’re actually going to eat all of that?”
  4. “You’re skinny.”
  5. “Are you sick?”
  6. “Maybe you’re looking in the wrong places.”
  7. “Have you seen (enter ex’s name) around?”
  8. “You’re wearing that?”

Who said so meaning?

is when someone for example says “Come downstairs.” You can then ask “Who said so?” Which means “who told me to come downstairs”. And “Who said that” is almost the same thing!!

What makes you or what makes you?

‘What makes you’ is correct, ‘what make you’ can not be correct.