An example might involve ending one paragraph with the words

... So why is ___ so high?

and then starting the next paragraph with something like this:

If we take a look at __ ...

Is it acceptable to begin a new paragraph immediately after asking a question in the previous paragraph?

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    It is unclear what your question is. – Wayne Goode Nov 8 '15 at 21:34
  • question was answered by Dog Lover – tam Nov 8 '15 at 21:53

There is no problem with asking a question at the end of a paragraph and then answering it in the next paragraph.

Have a look at this article.

Questions suggest answers. Posing a question at the end of a paragraph signals the reader to look for your answer in the next.

  • @tam No problem - glad it was helpful! – Dog Lover Nov 9 '15 at 4:58

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