Questioning in Japanese part 1So, the absolute bases are done! Let us get straight to the point this time! Now, as you know from experience, questioning is a basic philosophy of human life. It is the cradle of curiosity; the expression of one of our most innate urges; a fine line between id and ego; the very crux of human civilization outside of good values and smarts; the most controversial since time immemorial, and yet the most effective...Yup, it's questioning! The whole idea of 'why', 'how'; the most important ones in the universe! Oh god, this sounds so inspiring, I want to cry From 'what is for lunch' to 'why are we alive today' it is all so very close to us, is it not? So, NOW we will not digress :iconrainbowwaveplz1::iconrainbowwaveplz2::iconrainbowwaveplz2: The Answer Seekers :iconrainbowwaveplz2::iconrainbowwaveplz2::iconrainbowwaveplz3:Now the basic question words in most languages start with the same letter/sound. Take our own English for example-: What?When?Why?