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  1. Nijeana
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    Throw the questions or throw out the questions

    Hi guys

    When somebody asks a lot of questions one after another, does that persson "throws the questions" or " throws out the questions"?

    Cheers!

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    Re: Throw the questions or throw out the questions

    Neither.
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