Recall from the chapter that pseudo-questions are usually of two basic varieties: rhetorical and abusive. A rhetorical question is a case where a person uses an interrogative to ask a question—usually indicated by the speaker providing the very information he purports to seek. An abusive question is a case where a person uses an interrogative sentence to insult the listener.

For each passage below, determine whether a real question is being asked, and if so, what it is.

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