Unit 11.1

Question Mark

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Introduction

The question mark is a punctuation mark that is used to indicate a question.

Form

The question mark is: ?

Example

  • Interrogative adverbs
    • When?
    • Who?
  • Possessives
    • -They have stolen your phone. +Mine?!
    • -The blue project won the competition. +Ours?
  • Personal pronouns
    • Who do you think willg et the best mark? You?
    • -There was a fight and they were involved. +They???
  • Demonstratives
    • We need to stop near the bridge. There?
    • i don’t know which jackets did Mary want me to take. These?

Use

Any type of sentence can be used to create a question. Sometimes, it is only composed by a pronoun and the question mark. The pronouns we use the most in questions are interrogative adverbs, but we can also distinguish between possessives, personal pronouns or demonstratives.

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