I submitted a paper and after about five months the editor sent an email: "I have decided that your manuscript can be accepted for publication after you have carried out the corrections as suggested by the reviewer(s)." The reviewer strongly recommends publishing the paper and besides of the nedded corrections of the paper given by him/her, he/she gave a minor suggestion: "The authors may wish to consider posting some related questions to increase the interest to the readers." How to response to this suggestion and how to write a formal letter to the editor if we have no further ideas to add? Does this lead to rejecting the manuscript? Thank you very much.
"posting some related questions" -- is that a typo? Should it be posing? Either way I'm not quite sure what it means.
However: It does not seem you are in danger of getting the paper rejected. You should write a polite response letter, list all of the changes suggested by the reviewer(s), respond to each one (e.g., "Done." or "We opted not to do this because..."), and thank the review team. If you do not follow the suggestion to "post some related questions," explain why not.
Congratulations. This seems like a good outcome for your paper.