What is followup question?

What is followup question?

Definition. A specific question asked after a general or open question to clarify or elicit further information (e.g., examples).

Do you say as follow or as follows?

‘As follows’ is correct, not ‘as follow. ‘ ‘As follows’ is used for both singular and plural situations.

What are closed-ended questions?

What are closed-ended questions? Closed-ended questions are questions that can only be answered by selecting from a limited number of options, usually multiple-choice questions with a single-word answer , ‘yes’ or ‘no’, or a rating scale (e.g. from strongly agree to strongly disagree).

Are as of follows?

The correct phrase is “are as follows.” This phrase is usually followed by a colon, which indicates that more information is forthcoming.

What are some questions as follows or some questions follow?

The Commission wishes to reply more specifically to the Honourable Members’ questions as follows: 1. chance education and I would point out that for a considerable time now the Council has been paying special attention to the problem raised by Mr Crowley. Madam President, I can answer the question as follows.

Why do people not ask follow up questions?

Yet most askers simply accept what they hear (good or bad) and, without asking any follow-ups, move on to the next topic on their list. But the key to understanding people lies in the follow-up question. In my experience, there are two major reasons people don’t ask good (or any) follow-up questions.

When to use’here is / are’and’are’?

Where the subject is plural, you use are and when it is singular you use is. Here is the coffee ~ There is the cream ~ Here are the saucers ~ There are the spoons. There is a unicorn in the garden ~ There are some people here to see you.

How to answer do you have any questions for me?

How to Prepare an Answer to “Do You Have Any Questions For Me?” As former President John F. Kennedy once said, “Ask not what your employer can do for you, but what you can do for your employer.” What exactly he meant by this has been lost to time, but we can only assume that he was giving future generations primo advice on their job interviews.