For Koshik (2005:36) without context or pragmatic factors (Karhanova 2005:344) a rhetorical question
will be 'heard as asking a question i.
Ads appear to employ rhetorical question
headlines more commonly than they use rhetorical questions
repeatedly in the ad copy.
That was a rhetorical question
- the answer is obviously No, because he's starring in the sequel to Daddy Day Care (a film he wasn't even in.
It was a rhetorical question
designed to make a narrowly economic point, since Sarkozy knows all about the competitive rigors of French society, but it's still worth taking seriously.
One of the elders asks this rhetorical question
of the seer.
The rhetorical question
is: "Is it easy to live above the common level of life?
Professor Robbins' hint that there may be little interest in a campaigning organization, and his rhetorical question
on whether we need to associate to enhance our historical diet may be misplaced.
This rhetorical question
could have led to a probing analysis of Lott's relationship to his home state, which has the nation's highest share of African Americans.
of the week: Is there any wonder why bird flu is spreading in Turkey?
Hawking is the master of the suggestive, rhetorical question
Posing the rhetorical question
'And why do I attach such importance to the future of the Naval Dockyard?
To frame this issue, a basic, rhetorical question
that I like to ask an audit firm is whether its fee would be different if it knew it was performing an audit for only one year.
The leader for the environmental economics workshop leader looked across the room full of planners and engineers without expecting anyone to answer his rhetorical question
He pauses, then answers his own rhetorical question
, "Two reasons: range and battery cost.