(question) anyway?

English speakers sometimes add "anyway" to the end of a question like this:

Where are we going anyway?

Adding "anyway" suggests that you're a little bit annoyed. It's like saying "I don't like (something). Also, I have a question about it." For example, if you're frustrated about a difficult homework assignment, you can ask:

This assignment is so annoying. Why are we studying this anyway?

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