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Question mark - Wikipedia

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The question mark is a punctuation mark that indicates an interrogative clause or phrase in many languages. The question mark is not used for indirect ...

Question mark (?) | Oxford Dictionaries

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When should you use a question mark? The answer isn't quite as simple as ' when a question is involved' – so we'll take you through the rules.

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The Question Mark - Capital Community College

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Use a question mark [ ? ] at the end of a direct question. It is considered bad form to use a question mark in combination with other marks, although that is often ...

Question Mark -- The Punctuation Guide

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The question mark is used at the end of a direct question. Indirect questions take a period. Direct question: What is she doing tonight? Indirect question: I wonder ...

Question Marks | Punctuation Rules

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Use a question mark only after a direct question. Correct: Will you go with me? Incorrect: I'm asking if you will go with me? Rule 2a. A question mark replaces a ...

The Question Mark - National Punctuation Day

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“Punctuation is the art of dividing a written composition into sentences, or parts of sentences, by points or stops, for the purpose of marking the different pauses ...

Question Mark | Definition of Question Mark by Merriam-Webster

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Define question mark: the punctuation mark ? that is used after a direct question or to indicate that something (such as… — question mark in a sentence.

Question Marks

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Question marks end all direct questions. This includes incomplete questions and statements intended as questions. Direct Question: What is your name?

The Question Mark | English Grammar Guide | EF

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Use the question mark at the end of all direct questions. Examples What is your name? Do you speak Italian? You're spanish, aren't you? Do not use a question ...