How many questions are in the big festival quiz?
I wanted to put together a 50-question festival quiz. If, like me, you’ve been joining a lot of quizzes over the last few weeks, and not knowing any of the answers, then this could be the quiz for you. Festival trivia lovers unite!
Do you know what you want when you ask a question?
When you ask a question, you have to know what you want for an answer. I spent quite a few years in the military. We had intelligence reports coming in; we needed data, not someone’s opinion. That meant we wanted strictly the information. We did not want any interpretation.
Is it a skill to ask good questions?
Once you know what kind of information you need and who to ask, you have to ask your questions in a manner that gets the best possible information in response. Asking amazing great questions is skill like any other skill, it takes practice. Here are some techniques to draw out what you need to know. 1. Don’t Ask Yes or No Questions
What happens if you get 50 on the festival quiz?
Share your scores for the festival trivia at the bottom of the post! Good luck. Promise yourself a festival ticket if you get 50/50 – for 2021 though. Watch the festival quiz video here!
Which is correct I have a few questions or I have few questions?
“Few” means “not many,” while “a few” means several. You wouldn’t often hear “I have few questions,” although it technically means “I don’t have many questions at all.” So, if you wanted to indicate that you wanted to ask a few things, “I have a few questions” would be used.
Which is correct discuss or discuss the issues?
Grammatically, it seems only correct to say “Let’s discuss the issues”, as “discuss” is transitive This is true. However, I heard it so many times people say “Let’s discuss about the issues” Not correct. You could say ‘Let’s have a discussion about the issues’.
Why are there 36 questions to fall in love?
Fall in Love in 36 Questions The New York Times published an essay about the 36 questions that lead strangers to feel intimately connected. “Mutual vulnerability fosters closeness,” as the Times notes, which is why each question in the series is more probing than the last. The essay (and exercise) went viral.
Which is correct discuss or discuss a dozen?
You are mis-parsing the sentence. Read it this way. ‘About a dozen’ is phrase that is like saying ‘approximately 12’. Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation? ‘Dicuss’ means ‘talk about’, so ‘discuss about’ becomes ‘talk about about’. It is not correct to use ‘about’ with ‘discuss’.