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Asking Questions

  Asking yourself questions is another way of generating ideas about your subject. To help you come up with questions, consider using the following question markers: who, what, when, where, why, and possibly how. Using this method helps you see your subject from different points of view and may help to make your position on the subject clearer.Question marks


Topic: Pollution

What are the leading causes of pollution?
What is being done to combat it?
What can I do to make a difference?
What can others do to make a difference?
How serious are the effects of pollution?
How can the government reinforce its policies against pollution?
How can poorer countries afford to change the effects of pollution?
How can the developed nations change bad habits of polluting?