Repeating Questions

Repeating Questions are a form of Inquiry, preferably done with a partner, where a question is asked and answered repeatedly, usually for a given amount of time.  The questions can be answered in one of two possible ways:
  1. Right off the top of one’s head; or,
  2. Using the previous answer as a springboard to take the next answer deeper.
The form is as follows:
  1. Partner A asks Partner B the question;
  2. Partner B answers;
  3. Partner A says, “Thank you,” and asks the question again.

The process is repeated until the allotted time expires.  Partner A needs to remain absolutely poker-faced, as any response shown interferes with Partner B’s answering.   When time is up, the two partners trade places, with Partner B asking and Partner A answering.