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WHAT DOES QUESTION TIME MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Question time in a parliament occurs when members of the parliament ask questions of government ministers, which they are obliged to answer. It usually occurs daily while parliament is sitting, though it can be cancelled in exceptional circumstances. Question time originated in the Westminster system of the United Kingdom, and occurs in other countries, mostly Commonwealth countries, who use the system. In practice, the questions asked in question time are usually pre-arranged by the organisers of each party; although the questions are usually without notice. Questions from government backbenchers are either intended to allow the Minister to discuss the virtues of government policy, or to attack the opposition. A typical format of such a government backbencher's question might be "Could the Minister discuss the benefits of the government's initiative on <issue>, and is the Minister aware of any alternative policies in this area?"...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «QUESTION TIME» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «question time» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «question time» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about question time
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUESTION TIME»
Discover the use of question time in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to question time and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
QuestionTime: 150 Questions and Answers on the Catholic Faith
The book is written in an easy-to-read style and contains a wealth of information, invaluable for anyone who is interested in the Catholic faith or who is in a position to hand on the faith themselves: priests, teachers, catechists, parents ...
Father John Flader, 2010
Uses a question and answer format to provide information about such things as how birds live, fly, and migrate, as well as why some birds are in danger of extinction.
Angela Wilkes, 2002
Gardener's QuestionTime: Plant Chooser
Showcases 700 plants and many more varieties, placing them in the calendar when they are at their best. This book is inspired by the 'plant of the week' feature on BBC Radio 4's gardening programme.
John Cushnie, Bob Flowerdew, Bunny Guinness, 2008
QuestionTime: Human Body
Why do you have two ears? How do muscles work? and Why do some people wear glasses? These are some of the questions answered in this informative and lively title which will help children understand the human body from head to toe.
Angela Wilkes, 2001
QuestionTime: People and Politics in Pakistan
Humorous articles; previously published in the weekly Friday times, Lahore.
Khālid Ḥasan, 1992
Answers simple questions about different kinds of reptiles, where they live, how they defend themselves, what peculiar behaviors they exhibit, and more.
Claire Llewellyn, 2002
Explores the seashore, looking at the variety of animals, plants, and birds that live in and around the ocean and shore.
Angela Wilkes, 2001
Explores the habitat of many types of sharks, including great white and hammerhead sharks, and provides answers to questions such as, "Where do sharks live?" and "What is the smallest shark?"
Stephen Savage, 2002
Uses a question and answer format to provide information about the animals and plants that live in rain forests.
Angela Wilkes, 2002
QuestionTime: Creepy Crawlies
Explores the world of insects including different species, where they live, and what they eat.
Jim Bruce, Editors of Kingfisher, 2001
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUESTION TIME»
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Katie Hopkins show produced by Dapper Laughs creator & Question …
The co-creators of controversial ITV2 series Dapper Laughs On The Pull have partnered with Question Time indie Mentorn Media on a Katie Hopkins-fronted ... «Broadcast, Jun 15»
Evesham school welcomes new MP for Question Time-style event
Evesham school welcomes new MP for Question Time-style event ... play, additional time on the scooter track or a biscuit – with the biscuit storming to victory. «Worcester News, May 15»
Dartford General Election candidates take part in Question Time …
History teacher Warren Valentine chaired the Question Time-style hustings debate, ... from each of the candidates before moving on to the pre-written questions. «Kent Online, May 15»
Matthew Klesel: Question Time
Matthew Klesel: Question Time. Saturday 25 April ... We asked Braintree's Lib Dem hopeful Matthew Klesel six questions, but only gave him 50 words to answer. «Braintree and Witham Times, Apr 15»
Don't miss BFP's 'Question Time' election hustings in Wycombe next …
Your Bucks Free Press has teamed up with the Wycombe branch of national campaigning organisation, 38 Degrees, to present two Question Time style debates ... «Bucks Free Press, Apr 15»
War reporter Martin Bell returns to Taunton for election special …
... Tickets cost £10 or £3 for students. The Question Time takes place at Richard Huish College in Taunton on Thursday, April 30, at 6pm. «Somerset County Gazette, Apr 15»
Garry Cockrill: Question Time
We asked Witham's Ukip hopeful Garry Cockrill six questions, but only gave him 50 words to answer. These are the results: 1. What do think about the current ... «Braintree and Witham Times, Apr 15»
Education issues under the spotlight at special question time session
MORE than 80 people attended a special education question time in Bolton tonight to quiz politicians on the recent changes in education. Free schools, testing ... «The Bolton News, Apr 15»
Janet Street-Porter set for Question Time appearance in Bolton
“If nothing else, programmes like Question Time allow the debate to happen and reason not to be shut down by extreme groups from any side shouting the ... «The Bolton News, Mar 15»
'Massively out of touch' Boris Johnson heckled at People's Question …
The Mayor of London was heckled and booed at a People's Question Time event this evening. Boris Johnson and members of the Greater London Assembly ... «Haringey Independent, Mar 15»
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