Translation:We ask questions to learn more.
Hmm. "delle" in this case doesn't mean "some"? Is this because the phrase "facciamo delle domande" itself, idiomatically, means "we ask questions"? And then, is there a good way to say "some questions" instead? I tried "we ask some questions to learn more" and was marked wrong, but I don't want to report it until I am sure that it is a valid answer.