It took me a long, long time to finally understand Dora's questioning. Almost every case will have her ask if the viewer can do something. She could say, for example, "Can you say 'espere'?" Your first instinct may be to say "espere" only for Dora to tell the you to "Say 'espere'!"...followed by a slight annoyance. Simply put, some of her requests are formulated as such: Ability to act (yes/no)? Do action. Another example of this is when she asks if you can see a location. "Do you see [location]?", asks Dora. This brings up another issue: inconsistency. In the example case of location, she'll ask that, and your instinct could be either be to point to it or say yes. Dora might say "Where?" depending on the episode. If you pointed, you'd have to do it again instead of the blue cursor going directly to click. See? It's hard to tell sometimes, that's the only problem really. I'm not sure if I explained this right, but you've most likely experienced it enough to have some understanding.
TL;DR Some questions in the show either start with a yes/no ability check, or will go right into an action. The inconsistency is a bit annoying.