Definitely. I do think that learning also emanates from asking questions. However, to be able to ask questions that will stimulate critical thinking, one has to listen carefully as well.
As the saying goes, "Curiosity--asking questions--isn't just a way of understanding the world. It's a way of changing it." In asking questions, we get to learn something new not only by communicating but also by evoking exploration, insight, discovery, and action. Even innovators never stop asking questions because they know that in doing so, they will be able to get better answers.
Through as asking questions, we also get to realize what information is already there but needs further refinement. More importantly, we see how people with expertise and experience view a certain subject. Yes, we can go ahead and Google our way to everything, but when doubt strikes the mind, it is only through asking questions that we get immediate answers that satisfy our curiosity and further lead us in deeper thoughts.