Horary astrology is an ancient branch of astrology that answers questions by using the time of birth of a question, rather than the birth of a person. A horary reading using traditional astrology provides a very precise, focused and accurate answer to a wide variety of questions.
Then formulate your question as a sentence. For example, "Will I marry X?" In order to get precise results you need to ask a question that can be answered yes or no, though you will get a great deal more detailed information in the analysis. Ask what you most want to know.
You can ask subsidiary questions that relate to the main topic, for example: "Will I marry Y and when?" but it is best not to ask two or more unrelated questions at one time. "Will I marry Z and will I get the job at A corp?" need to be asked as two separate questions at two separate times. Here is a helpful video on Getting a Horary Reading.
If you want to ask two or more questions, ask the most important and pressing one first and then wait at least a few days or a week before asking each following question.
Horary readings tell us what is likely to happen, not how to make things go the way we want. Either a positive or negative answer are always possible for any horary question, so the question cannot be formulated in such a way as to eliminate negative answers. So "Will I marry X? or "Will I get the job at Y corp?" work well, while "How do I become a billionaire?" and "When will I become President of the United States?" assume a positive answer and are not usable horary questions.