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A sentence expressed in a form which requires an answer. Two common types of questions exist: Yes-No questions and WH-questions.
Other types of questions also exist.
For example, the question Is it a bird or a plane? is a polar question.
The examples given above are all direct questions.
English also allows utterances which have the force of questions, even though they have the form of statements.
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