Questionned vs. Questioned: What's the Difference?
"Questionned" is an incorrect spelling. The correct spelling is "Questioned," which means to have asked or inquired about something.
Which is correct: Questionned or Questioned
How to spell Questioned?
Questionned is Incorrect
Questioned is Correct
Remember there's only one "n" in "Questioned."
Think of "Question" and simply add "ed" for the past tense.
Visualize a person being questioned by a single detective, not two (one "n").
"Question" itself has only one "n", the past tense should too.
Recall common phrases like "He was questioned by the police
Questionned and Questioned Definitions
Questionned is an incorrect spelling of Questioned.
Questioned: Past tense verb meaning someone was asked about something.
She was questioned about her whereabouts.
Questioned: To have expressed doubts or uncertainties.
He questioned the validity of the claim.
Questioned: To have been subject to inquiry.
The suspect was questioned for hours.
Questioned: To have made an inquiry or posed a query.
The journalist questioned the politician's stance.
Questioned: To have sought information or clarity.
She questioned the professor after the lecture.
A sentence, phrase, or gesture that seeks information through a reply.
To ask a question or questions of (someone).
To interrogate (a suspect, for example).
To pose a question or questions regarding (something); analyze or examine
Researchers questioning which of the methods will work.
To express doubt about; dispute
Questioned his sincerity.
Questioned the expense report.
To ask questions.
Simple past tense and past participle of question
Which vowel is used before Questioned?
"A" as in "a questioned theory."
Why is it called Questioned?
It is called "questioned" as it signifies the act of being asked a question or inquiries being made.
What is the pronunciation of Questioned?
What is the root word of Questioned?
The root word is "question."
What is the verb form of Questioned?
"Questioned" is itself a verb, the past tense of "question."
What is the plural form of Questioned?
N/A (verb forms don't have plural forms).
Which article is used with Questioned?
"The" can be used with "questioned," e.g., "the questioned individual."
Is Questioned an adverb?
Which preposition is used with Questioned?
"About" as in "questioned about."
Which conjunction is used with Questioned?
"And" can be used as a conjunction with "questioned," e.g., "questioned and answered."
Is Questioned a negative or positive word?
Neutral, though context can change this.
What is the singular form of Questioned?
Questioned (as it refers to an action, it doesn't have a singular or plural form).
Is Questioned an abstract noun?
What is another term for Questioned?
What is the opposite of Questioned?
Accepted without question.
Which determiner is used with Questioned?
"The" can be used, depending on the context.
Is Questioned a noun or adjective?
It's a verb.
Is the Questioned term a metaphor?
Is the word Questioned imperative?
No, it's in the past tense form.
What part of speech is Questioned?
What is the first form of Questioned?
Is Questioned a vowel or consonant?
It is a word, not a letter.
Is Questioned a collective noun?
No, it's a verb.
What is the third form of Questioned?
How many syllables are in Questioned?
How do we divide Questioned into syllables?
What is a stressed syllable in Questioned?
The first syllable, "ques."
What is the second form of Questioned?
Is Questioned a countable noun?
It is not a noun.
How is Questioned used in a sentence?
"The detective questioned the witness thoroughly to get all the necessary information."
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