Example 1:

Example 1:
“What does that mean?”.
Example 2:
“Is that a phone you saw? What does it go for?”
Example 3:
“Does that guy really want to be a dentist?”.
You need the question to answer the question.
Example 4:
“What does it mean if the numbers are added?”
Also this is a good example of a question that can be answered with a number of ways.
As you can see, just because you ask a question does not mean you have an answer, it is just the question in question that is important.
Tip: When working with students, always use questions that will yield an answer. This will make it easier to relate information to a question.
Does that person like me?
When using the verb tense you ask the person about who they are, why they like him (or her) and does their feelings towards you change when they meet you.
Here is a good example using a situation similar to what you would find in life:
“Does that person ever put a smile on your face?”
When you ask a question with the verb tense it is usually used to ask about the person not the situation but the things you do or hear about them. Here are more examples:
“How do you feel about him?”
“Will she be happier?”
“What do you do when you meet people?”
“Does that person have a bad attitude towards me?”
Tip: Always start by asking how they perceive you.
Do you know this is how questions are asked about your relationship with your partner?
Did you know you can say this about the person you like most in the world?
Did you like this article? Share this post on Facebook below!I did a long time ago, while a newbie:
A big thanks to @xeroc for the code example in this answer (for that matter, to the people who contributed code to the old solution, even if they aren’t listed!).
What is the code for, what does it do, and why should someone care? Well, I’ve seen the code in use in several apps, and this one was the best. I found it much easier to handle, in terms of the way I handled it, than the last one, which was a mess with lots of classes going off without a clue what they needed to do.
The “code example” is here, but you do want to read the whole post since it’ll tell you how the app works, all the different classes, objects, etc. I won’t repeat it all, but the code in it is shown in the post above.
Let’s say you have a bunch of tables that you want to display. Most people would create a Table class that contains a database table, a table header (the column names that are going in the database), fields, columns, etc.
Then, you would have a View class that simply shows the table in a big view (typically a