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pose the answer I've heard 'to pose the question" but never heard 'to pose the answer'. I 've just read it in an article. Is it correct to say like that? Thanks a lot.
5 يونيو 2015 04:48
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"Pose the answer" is indeed rarer than "pose the question", but it is correct. You can google "pose the answer" and see that many apparently literate people have used that phrase. You will also encounter the expression with the indefinite article "a": "pose a question", "pose an answer".
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