good question


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good question

n
a question that is hard to answer immediately
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A good question in the classroom excites outspoken students but it should never be assumed that the quiet ones are not as interested.
When asked a good question, the responder is given the space to reflect, challenge taken-for-granted assumptions, and given the courage and strength to generate positive action.
The book stimulates some really good questions as it's aimed at that sort of age group.
If you have a good question and they're not answering it," he says, "repeating the question can be devastatingly effective because what it illustrates is that they're not answering.
Someone recently posted a darn good question regarding a final settlement reached with the IRS on a 1998 return.
HERE'S A GOOD question for constituents to torment their congressmen with: Why can't we have the same health plan you do?
That's a good question," says Chuck Mack, the West Region Vice President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
The Malton trainer has said he will be handing in his licence before too long, and when asked when that might be, his son Tim said with a smile: "That's a good question, he's said `at the end of the summer' - whenever that may be
LT: That's a good question because it's an important audience, and we're realizing from the questions and responses we're getting that we've got to find a way to get information to them.
A good question to ask yourself is, "How does our brochure stack up against those of our main competitors?
Asked why even such experienced players should concede possession with such regularity, McClaren could only grimace: "That's a good question, a bloody good question.
That's a good question, and I can only offer a ballpark guideline: a couple of tablespoons, slurped neat, or sipped in a cup of tea, constitute a 'dose' for me.