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questioning 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈkwesCHən/,
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questioned, past tense; questions, 3rd person singular present; questioned, past participle; questioning, present participle;
  1. Ask questions of (someone), esp. in an official context
    • - four men were being questioned about the killings
    • - the young lieutenant escorted us to the barracks for questioning
  2. Feel or express doubt about; raise objections to
    • - members had questioned the cost of the scheme

  1. a request for information
  2. perplexed (as if being expected to know something that you do not know); "he had a quizzical expression"
  3. doubting: marked by or given to doubt; "a skeptical attitude"; "a skeptical listener"
  4. inquisitive: showing curiosity; "if someone saw a man climbing a light post they might get inquisitive"; "raised a speculative eyebrow"
  5. (questioningly) in a curious and questioning manner; "they turned their heads questioningly, as if awaiting further instructions"
  6. Questioning is a term that can refer to a person who is questioning their gender, sexual identity or sexual orientation. People who are questioning may be unsure of their sexuality, or still exploring their feelings.
  7. (Questioningly) Road to Ruin is the fourth studio album by the American punk rock band The Ramones. It was released on September 22, 1978 through Sire Records. It was the first Ramones album to feature new drummer Marky Ramone, replacing founding member Tommy Ramone.
  8. the process of raising questions while reading in an effort to understand characters and events.
  9. A strategy that enables students to ask questions before, during, and after reading in order to clarify understanding and make meaning.
  10. Uses an appropriate approach to questioning in order to gain information from which to draw conclusions and/or assist in the making of decisions.
  11. This is the first method in TCM diagnosis where the practitioner asks detailed questions about the patient’s immediate complaint, symptoms, medical history and background and more.
  12. Starts when a student or instructor asks a question. The overall process usually involves a question, response, and then confirmation.
  13. Ask questions as a prewriting strategy to find out what other information you need to address your topic or essay question thoroughly. Questions remind you of what you need to know to move forward with the writing assignment.
  14. Some individuals do not identify with any of the current terms that define sexual orientation or gender identity; others are struggling to understand their own sexual orientation and/or gender identity. ...
  15. A technique used by good readers as s/he reads to clarify understanding. Teaching students to do this helps them to be mindful of when meaning has broken down, and to think actively as they read. It helps them deepen their understanding of the text.
  16. This is an important teaching technique because it promotes reflection and thinking. If questioning is done in a malicious way, in an attempt to put somebody down, it is also referred to as "pimping."
  17. it is important to ask questions, interact, and discuss the objectives of the team.
  18. A person, often an adolescent, who has questions about his or her sexual orientation or gender identity. Some questioning people eventually come out as LGBT; some don't.
  19. a range of techniques involving written or oral questions designed to elicit knowledge and understanding from candidates.
  20. Along with the anger come the questions. The most difficult question is WHY? The mind enters into a cause and effect phase. What did I do that brought about this reaction? ...
  21. the second stage of the sales call, typically after the opening or introduction in the Seven Steps of the Sale. A crucial selling skill, and rarely well demonstrated. ...
  22. Asking various questions, and types of questions, about the story elements, theme, purpose, etc.  Interacting with the text in order to acquire a deeper understanding.