Answer Questions in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Answer Questions

  • 1. Will you answer questions here?
  • 2. Child refuses to answer questions.
  • 3. I put him there to answer questions.
  • 4. I have no time to answer questions.
  • 5. I had to answer questions all morning.
  • 6. We sit at a desk and answer questions now.
  • 7. But at any rate he might answer questions.
  • 8. It will be very awkward to answer questions about Kit.
  • 9. The unfortunate Jib had enough to do to answer questions.
  • 10. You'll answer questions now.
  • 11. I haven't time to answer questions.
  • 12. It will be well for you to answer questions instead of bandying them.
  • 13. No one could take her a mile without having to answer questions.
  • 14. The driver was a sharp fellow, and disinclined to answer questions.
  • 15. He wouldn't answer questions, but kept asking them.
  • 16. Probably he doesn't care to be annoyed by having to answer questions.
  • 17. Ma looked worn out and wouldn't answer questions about Mitch or anything.
  • 18. I hope I'm well enough bred not to ask or answer questions about feelings.

How to use Answer Questions in a Sentence?

  • 1. Thus he escaped the annoyance of having to answer questions and to make explanations.
  • 2. One should never answer questions in general company that have been put to another.
  • 3. I shall be glad at any time to answer questions concerning any particular point.
  • 4. That's better than waiting to be picked up and having to answer questions that wouldn't carry by.
  • 5. They stand around my bed and answer questions, and are nice to me when I argue with them.
  • 6. The author will gladly answer questions about pronunciation, costuming, etc., etc.
  • 7. Having promised the trooper secrecy, I did not wish to answer questions or name excuses.
  • 8. Mr. Honey would be pleased to answer questions sent to winfried.honig@online.de.
  • 9. I did not want to answer questions about Jim, and I did not want to hear anything more of him.
  • 10. He doesn't like to answer questions and his interest in Mr. Winters' safe is rather puzzling.
  • 11. He found it hard to possess his soul in patience and to answer questions satisfactorily under such circumstances.
  • 12. Persons familiar with nut varieties are freqeuntly asked to answer questions about the best varieties to plant.
  • 13. He is always ready to answer questions, although he cannot understand my interest in such commonplace details.
  • 14. Would he come back to consciousness and be able to answer questions, or would those be his last words on earth?
  • 15. The snake park has a lot of visitors daily and people are always looking for someone knowledgeable to answer questions.
  • 16. To answer questions of this sort, one must have an intimate knowledge of varieties in their local adaptations.
  • 17. Many more days passed before he was able to answer questions, and weeks crept by before he could give any coherent account of himself.
  • 18. Vamp is persuaded to step to a corner of the store and answer questions, because she mistook woman for private store detective.
  • 19. That it is desirable to answer questions concerning the origin, form, and value of biblical books no one will dispute.
  • 20. All was in plain view, or could readily be found by asking, and most of the men on duty thought it a pleasure to answer questions.
  • 21. Nearby is a well with its oaken bucket; at the barn we find the farmer, and he very kindly consents to go with us to answer questions.
  • 22. I now propose that I will answer any of the interrogatories, upon condition that he will answer questions from me not exceeding the same number.