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    Now some necessary questions are being set

    I have another question that is very hard to explain...

    Title is the literal translation of what I want to say, but I know it probably doesn't make any sense in English.

    This is the context. We learn about something and we find out some facts. And now when we know these facts, that brings up some new questions to ask. Is there a standard phrase that is being used in that context?

    This is an example. I'll use Einstein again; seems to worked last time.

    "Nikola Tesla; 104 patents, numerous discoveries that are not being patented and mumerous that are not being published. Died as a poor man.
    Albert Einstein; droped out from highschool, did not invent anything in his life, even plagiarized theory of relativity and formula E=mc2. Still stands for the smartest man in the world ever.
    Now some necessary questions are being set."

    Help with the green? Thank you.
    I'm not an English teacher. English is not my native language. Feel free to correct any sentence I write, regardless of the topic. It's a great way of learning and practicing English. Thank you!

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    Re: Now some necessary questions are being set

    I'm not sure I fully understand you, but try this:

    Now, certain questions must be asked.

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    Re: Now some necessary questions are being set

    Oh, yes! That's the phrase I'm looking for! Thank you!
    I'm not an English teacher. English is not my native language. Feel free to correct any sentence I write, regardless of the topic. It's a great way of learning and practicing English. Thank you!

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