LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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In addition to the superb answer by Josi, I am going to leave my two cents even if it seems like a topic on the side.
It´s that of doubt vs question:
See this piece of information from Quora -
“I have a question” is when you want to ask something about some matter — either you want to know more or you have a doubt about it.
“I have a doubt” is to express your feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction about some matter. It is not to indicate that you want to ask a question.
A lot Indian speakers have a strong tendency to use “I have a doubt” when in fact they mean they have a question. This is incorrect English, and often causes problems of understanding for the other person.
So, in this case I think you meant the pair "pergunta/question" in the subject field. Unless I am mistaken about it.
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