- For Teachers
Often I've written questions like this:
You would like to implement this functionality?
In this question I need to get answer for something that we've already spoken, and understand that they want to do this.
If I write question like this ( Would you like to .... ), I will ask for something new ( at least I think so ).
So, I'm a little bit confused for the correct meaning of the first question which I wrote above.
I need to ask someone likely and respectful.
I will considered a simple communication below.
A: We will change the color to white.
B: Please change the color to black.
A: Would you like to change the color to black?
In this simple communication ( I know the communication is a little bit stupid ).
Is the question is with the correct meaning.
I need to ask a person B that definitely want to change the color to black and he is sure about this, maybe I should use another question like this:
Should we change the color to black?
B: "Please change the color to black.
Would you like to change the color to black?Pointless. He's just said that.
A: "Are you sure that you want it to be black? / Do you really want it changed to black"
B: "Yes, why?
A: "It's always been a very light color in the past. Before I paint it black, I need to be sure that's what you want. Are you absolutely certain that you want it black?"
You want to know that he's 100% sure, absolutely certain, that he wants it black.