Japan 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 9 年前

Leading questions的使用

1. Stay at the old office on Fu Xing

2. Moving to Taipei 101/ unsafe/ isn't it?

3. Buying their financial products/ a good investment

請參考下句使用

1. Shouldn't we move to Taipei 101?

2. There isn't any value in this, is there?

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  • 9 年前
    最佳解答

    1. Stay at the old office on Fu Xing

    Leading - On July 9th, the day when the event occurred, did you stay at the old office on Fuxing?

    Non-leading - Where were you on the July 9th, the day when the event occurred?

    Leading - Did you decide to stay at the old office on Fuxing to save NT$1M for the company?

    Non-leading - How did you decide not to move the company?

    2. Moving to Taipei 101/ unsafe/ isn't it?

    Leading - isn't it a safety concern to move to Taipei 103?

    Non-leading - How did you decide not to move?

    3. Buying their financial products/ a good investment

    Leading - Did you buy their financial products; how do they perform recently?

    Non-leading - why did they file for bankruptcy protection?

    [This one is tricky. Some counselors/judges do not consider them leading, but I do.]

    2011-03-20 01:54:38 補充:

    The problem is that leading does not need to come together with a question.

    Any behaviors, verbal or not, that are able to feed information into or guide the witness shall be considered leading.

    2011-03-20 01:58:16 補充:

    No, I am no lawyer - but I did watch "My Cousin Vinnie" a couple of times.

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