Do you have a "question" or a "doubt"?

source: Espresso English    2017年7月16日
Students often say "I have a doubt" and then ask me something about the English language.
However, native English speakers don’t usually say it this way. If you want to know the answer about something, you should say "I have a question."
So when can we use the word "doubt"? You'll find out in today's lesson!
I've collected 600 of the most common words that students tend to confuse, and I'll teach you how to use them correctly in my e-book 600+ Confusing English Words Explained: