If you ask a question and then realize that it is in fact a double -barrelled one and, therefore, it puts the person who is supposed to answer in difficulty, try a tip in order to ease the task for the other: ask two clearer questions instead of one. You will most certainly get a more appropriate answer and feel less frustrated about its understanding.
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