While thousands of people are asking questions on Twitter, you may be like to answer some of them.
Instead to search tweets with the "?" marks, you can check out the You Asked It website, which has already collected those Twitter questions for you to answer.
On the homepage of the website, you can see a question from Twitter, together with its author name and published time, as what you can see from the following image:
There will be only one question per time, which is displayed randomly, and all the questions are in English.
If you do NOT like to answer the question, you can click on the "Get me a different question!" button and switch to another one.
Besides, you can also filter the questions by entering a hashtag or keyword, but only English is available, any other language are not.
And if you like to answer the question, you can enter your answer directly and click on the "Send my reply" button, then you can post your answer on Twitter, by mentioning (@) the user who asked the question, as what you can see from the following image:
By the way, you have only 30 secondes to answer the question, and the following information will be added to the end of your answer automatically as default:
But which you can remove before publish.