As part of a large project to develop tools that aid users with the search process, we are testing ways of priming the query specification process. In this paper we test the use of questions as a technique. Using a within-subjects design 48 people interacted with a modified Google interface to solve four information problems in four domains. Participants were encouraged to enter half the problems in question or statement format and the other half using keywords. While results are not definitive, they suggest that the typical search box is a barrier to the creation of enriched queries.