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Hi all,

To begin with, I can't thank enough to those who tirelessl offered their help to English learners like me! BIG gradituite

I've been working on a questionnaire which will be used to collect user's feedback for a video game. The questionnaire will be delievered to user through in-game pop-up windows.

The two questions on below talks about the exact same thing but I am unsure of which one sounds more nature and accurate. What do you guys think?

If none of them sounds nature, how to fix?

Moreover, can I use the term 'technical' when describing the issue that exists on the 'technical aspect'?

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- "Please select at least one issue that you would like us to improve."

A. Techical B. xxxx C. xxxx D. xxxx


-"Please tell us what is the issue you are having?"

A. Techical B. xxxx C. xxxx D. xxxx


A lot of thanks, stay safe!

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TravelerM249A. Techical B. xxxx C. xxxx D. xxxx

If a questionnaire has incomprehensible choices, people will just dismiss it.

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TravelerM249 I would reword them as below
"Please select at least one issue that you would like us to improve.
Please check the area(s) listed below which you would like to see improved.
"A. Techical B. xxxx C. xxxx D. xxxx-
"Please tell us what is the issue you are having?"
Please check the problems below which apply to your experience.
A. Techical B. xxxx C. xxxx D. xxxxA
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Hi, Thanks for pointing that out! I did it on purpose because I thought those are less irrelevant. Anyway, I'll make my question more comprehensible next time!

Hi, that's exactly what I've been looking for! A lot of thanks! !

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