Another example of a rhetorical question would be if someone suggests doing something dumb, and someone else says, "Sure, what could possibly go wrong? In this case the word "right? Another example that could go either way, "Fish are animals, right? On the other hand, imagine a small child asking--in that case it is a genuine question, the child is still learning what things are animals and what aren't. Not all rhetorical questions are this informal or joking, but the joking ones are probably the hardest to spot. Read more.
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Ask Question. Asked 5 years, 3 months ago. Active 1 year, 4 months ago. Viewed 6k times. You've done it again Yoichi! In this case, it is not a case of bad writing by the writer; its' a case of the writer deliberately using the word in a playful, extensible manner.
The Word is Art. - FAD Magazine
Just to be clear, yes you can absolutely use any noun at all as a verb. You would, absolutely, find many cases where people use "art" as a verb, in a funny manner. For example, I seem to remember doing that once when living in soho a stupid part of NYC with many art galleries. We was having coffee and I said something like "let's go art, shall we?
Doesn't the text actually ask the question? Not all nouns lend themselves to verbalizing even if English is a verbalizing language. See the full definition for art in the English Language Learners Dictionary.
Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with art. Spanish Central: Translation of art.
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