question format


I'm baffled. How do I format the following 'question+' properly:


"What begins and never ends?—a child’s riddle. Perhaps ..."

I'm trying to say that the question sounds a lot like a child's riddle. Then I follow with some possible answers (after 'Perhaps').



question format asked Oct 12 '12 at 23:47 Kevin Sprague New member

Thanks. That’s better. How about if I am challenging the reader in a conversational tone (i.e., asking the reader the question, commenting on the nature of the question, and then suggesting answers)? I hope I am not being overly demanding! To reiterate, I would like it to start with `What begins and never ends?' and proceed from there to identify it as a child's riddle, then follow up with a suggested answer.

Kevin SpragueOct 13 '12 at 01:31

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