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I don't know how to say this situation:

I asked a question about ABC. A new question came in/poped up while asking the question about ABC.

Is it OK? or is there another expression?
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A second question popped into my head while asking the first question.
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1. Can I say 'A second question popped into while asking the first question.? (without my head)

2. I think I have heard a expression like came in to my head. Do you not say it instead of 'poped into my head?'

3. to appear or happen when you do not expect it<= this is the definition of 'pop up.' It seems like it can also have the similar meaning in this situation.

~~~ poped up~~ sounds just not right?
moon7296Thank you for the answer

1. Can I say 'A second question popped into while asking the first question.? (without my head) NO

2. I think I have heard a expression like came in to my head. Do you not say it instead of 'poped into my head?' That's ok

3. to appear or happen when you do not expect it <= this is the definition of 'pop up.' It seems like it can also have the similar meaning in this situation.
~~~ poped up~~ sounds just not right? ideas pop into you head, the defination you have for pop up is correct. I'm sorry I can't make it tonight, something has just popped up. The book that child is reading is a pop up. When he opens the pages the pictures pop up at him.