If you are asking a question, you need a question mark. If you are making an exclamation, you need an exclamation point. "Is this a question?" "Of course it is!"
Are you kidding me?!
Normally, you would not use both a question mark and an exclamation point in the same sentence. If a sentence is interrogative, it is not an exclamation. An interrogative sentence ends in a question mark, and an exclamation ends in an exclamation point.
Your question actually points the way to the answer. If the sentence is a question, it should end with a question mark. When you include an exclamation within a question, you also include the exclamation point within the full stop of the sentence.
How amazing! As it is not a question, an exclamation (!) would be used.How are you? Is a question, a question mark (?) would be used.
Yes, it is possible for an exclamation mark to be followed by a question mark in the same sentence, but it certainly depends on the context. The exclamation would have to form part of the question.
Yes you can do this.
Yes, a period is not necessary alongside an question mark or exclamation point.
An exclamation mark is written with the symbol !. An exclamation mark is used at the end of a sentence to denote surprise or shock, and when writing speech it could denote somebody shouting. A question mark is written with the symbol ?. This symbol is used at the end of a sentence which is a question.
Question mark is thought to originate from the Latin quaestiÅ meaning question. Exclamation mark is also thought to originate from the Latin exclamation of "joy".
A question mark distinguishes a sentence from a statement, a command, or an exclamation.
They are commonly placed after the question mark.
Well, you can end a sentence with a fullstop (also referd to as a period), a question mark, and an exclamation mark. Full stop. Question mark? Exclamation mark!
You can use an exclamation mark or a question mark depending on the inflection. "Excuse me!" or "Excuse me?" are both valid usages.
There is no one single punctuation mark to signal both interrogation and exclamation. For that you should just combine the question mark - "?" - and the exclamation mark - "!" - into "?!" and use that instead. Example: "What do you mean there are no cookies left?!" Hope this helped :)
Yes it can.
?! It's called an interrobang.
Period - . Exclamation Point - ! Question Mark - ?
It's called an interrobang
If you're using an interrobang then the question mark generally comes first.
if you catch all 28 unknown, including the exclamation mark and question mark unowns, the unowns will spell the alphabet and question & exclamation mark unowns i really dont know what they do.
Yes it does.
! is an exclamation.? is a question mark.
no you nerd