How should I write a sentence that has multiple questions?


I got these words from a speech, so I'm not entirely sure how I would write this...

Is the website easy to navigate? Easy-to-read? Well-structured? Concise?

"Easy-to-read" and the others are fragments, aren't they? So the above sentences are incorrect?

Aurora A

Posted 2016-12-23T05:09:35.943

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2They might technically be fragments, but the whole thing is easy to understand and it sounds better than Is the website easy to navigate? Is the website easy-to-read? Is the website well-structured? Is the website Ccncise? – James – 2016-12-23T05:17:52.337



There is nothing really incorrect in your example.
People use that form all the time in different circumstances.

How was your vacation? Interesting? Fun? Good weather?
What's she like? Tall? Thin? Funny?

It's easier to use if one has a list of things one is wondering about.


Posted 2016-12-23T05:09:35.943

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Can you please explain more about the list of things you mentioned? – Aurora A – 2016-12-24T21:02:34.683