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Context 1: If my friend and I sit in the classroom and we look out of the window and we see the young lady standing outside the classroom. I am wondering whether she is a student or not. I point to this young lady out of the window and ask my friend: "Is she a student?".
1. Is my action (pointing to this young lady out of the window) common/popular when I wanna ask who she is?
2. Is this question: "Is she a student?" suitable/correct to my context/ situation above?

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Context 1: If my friend and I sit in the classroom and we look out of the window and we see the young lady standing outside the classroom. I am wondering whether she is a student or not. I point to this young lady out of the window and ask my friend: "Is she a student?". 
1. Is my action (pointing to this young lady out of the window) common/popular when I wanna ask who she is? 
2. Is this question: "Is she a student?" suitable/correct to my context/ situation above?
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