So, I know that -ne is an enclitic to express a yes/no question.
But, the "Ne", as a non-enclitic, as I understood it, could also be a word question.
In "Ne....annon" or "Ne....necne"
Meaning Is it....
Sometimes, I read that "quae" could be used, not only as a relative word, but also as an interrogative word.
Sometimes I read that it's not like that in the correct usage.
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As I get it, -ne is used to play the role of a question word when there's no question word, and of course, when it's a yes-no question.
But is it good practice to omit it in such questions?
Is it a ...