In the FAQ, there is a part about the questions that should not be asked, and which says:
- your answer is provided along with the question, and you expect more answers: "I use
______, what do you use?"
Does that mean that every subjective questions, where the OP provide what s/he think an answer in the question itself should be avoided?
I imagine those questions could be seen as polls (e.g. "I think it is so; do you think the same as me?") but I can also imagine questions where the OP asks about using a phrase, for which its usage is subjective, and for which the OP provide what it is a possible phrase, maybe because s/he has doubt about that phrase.
Vice versa, I can imagine a non subjective question similar to "What is the category of this word in the following sentence?" for which the OP says which category s/he think applicable to the word (without saying why), and s/he is right.
How does this part of the FAQ apply to questions asked on ELL?