Hello, Grammar Exchange members!
While reading, I ran into the following sentences:
We only have so much life force, so much chi, pran, or energy. Why spend it performing tasks that don't match your prewired tendencies?
I've been wondering what part of speech the word "Why" is. I know "why" is usually an adverb in an interrogative sentence. But in the sentence above I'm not sure. I understand "it" refers to "life force, chi, pran, or energy" I guess maybe "do you" is omitted between "Why" and "spend".
I'd like to hear your thoughts on this.
Thanks in advance.