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Note in some languages, especially [[Spanish]], ¿, which is an inverted question mark is used to indicate a question follows.  We don't generally use this in English, except possibly when [[quoting]] Spanish questions.
 
Note in some languages, especially [[Spanish]], ¿, which is an inverted question mark is used to indicate a question follows.  We don't generally use this in English, except possibly when [[quoting]] Spanish questions.
  
 
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[[category:Questions]]

Latest revision as of 08:36, 11 October 2019

? or a question mark is a punctuation mark used to indicate questions.

In English, these are used at the end of question sentences. For example:

  • "How many sheep are there?"

Note in some languages, especially Spanish, ¿, which is an inverted question mark is used to indicate a question follows. We don't generally use this in English, except possibly when quoting Spanish questions.