Why are question marks squiggly?
They weren't originally this shape but have simply evolved over time to be this way.
The "squiggly mark" over the Ã± is known as the diacritical tilde.
Question marks should be after exclamation marks
question marks do not go after periods. .!
Question marks are the punctuation used when you ask a question. Here is an example: Can we go to the park today? This is the question mark: ?
If you are quoting a question then the speech marks are located after the question mark.
The question mark should be placed inside the quotation marks if you are quoting a question.
Questions. Interrogative sentences use question marks .
No, but you can use characters that look like question marks, for example ʔ.
The quotation marks are placed at each end. In other words, the question mark should be inside the quotation marks.
How many marks do you have? would be the correct question.
Because question marks are meaningless to a computerised system. The question mark symbol is solely to show the reader that it is a question - not a statement.
A question mark is used to signify a question.
A number of computer programs and phone apps have built in spell-checkers. If the word you have used is not one which the computer/phone recognizes, it marks it with a squiggly red line. This does not necessarily mean that you have spelled the word wrong: it could be a proper noun, or a slang word, or a spelling which is not used by the geek who created the program. The squiggly line is only an… Read More
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Quotation marks" come after the question mark. ex. "Are you going to the mall today?"
In an answer to a question all punctuation marks are possible, but in a question on WikiAnswers the only punctuation that is allowed are apostrophes and question marks.
commas go after question marks
Draw a squiggly line under the 0.
The squiggly mark over the n in spanish is called a tilde.
It's really simple. Ask yourself: "Is there an entire question INSIDE the quotation marks? If so, put the question mark INSIDE the quotation marks. If not, then the question mark goes OUTSIDE the quotation marks. Here are two contrasting examples: Mary wants to know, "Who is that guy?". An entire question is inside the quotation marks. (Notice that a period is also needed at the end in order to end the REST of the sentence.)… Read More
No. For example, the question mark goes like this: "Did you like the school play?" Sally asked.
They are called punctuation marks.
No, indirect questions do not require question marks.
A box shape with squiggly lines is a freeform shape.
jelly beans, squiggly gummy worms, what ever is squiggly
It would depend on what the white marks are. Indicate the cause of the white marks in your question.
The question (including the question mark) should be placed in quotation marks.
a way to get money in spine world is to do quests. Look for people with question marks or exclamation marks over their heads. a way to get money in spine world is to do quests. Look for people with question marks or exclamation marks over their heads. You get money when you complete them.
With NO exceptions, periods and commas go INSIDE the quotation marks. However, question marks (if the question comes at the end of the sentence) are put following the clause with the quotation marks outside the question mark. If there are two clauses within the sentence separated by a conjunction, and there is a semi colon required, the semi colon at the end of the first clause goes outside the quotation marks.
The squiggly line usually means that that not is a trill, but not a long one. Just about 3 notes. EX. If the squiggly line is on top of "A", the trill would be "A-B-A".
traditional puncutation is stuff like periods [.] commas [,] question marks [?] and quotation marks ["]
The squiggly lines are called cristae. They are formed by the infolding of the inner membrane of the mitochondrion.
The blue squiggly line means that there is something amiss with the formatting of the marked sentence, such as the font changing in the middle of the sentence. If you right-click on any part of what is so underlined, you will see a context menu that gives you options to fix or ignore the problem. Other common squiggly line colors are red for potentially-misspelled words and green for stylistic problems (such as too many or… Read More
If you are posing a question, use a question mark (?) for punctuation.
No. A question mark acts just as well as a period.
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They are commonly placed after the question mark.
They have a question mark at the end because someone is asking it.
Questions end in question marks (?). "What is the answer to this question?" would be the correct way of writing the question.
nono which translates as soppy in English. (the 2 N's have the squiggly upside down s on top I couldn't put the squiggly bit because i have an English keyboard))
at the end of a sentence
Neither periods or capital letters are used. Exclamation marks and question marks are included
Yes. Periods, Exclamation marks, and Question marks are finishers of all sentences, and all sentences begin with a capital letter.
Valid punctuation marks in English include the period, the question mark, the comma, and the apostrophe. Other valid marks are the exclamation point, quotation marks, the colon, and semicolon.
Some punctuation marks are: period, question mark, esclamation mark, quotation marks, apostrophee, comma, semi-colon, colon, etc.
It means congruent. It is NOT 'approximately equal', which would be an equal sigh where BOTH lines are squiggly.
you will have to change the date to october 31 and go out for a walk and get the question marks that are for away from your house. the question marks that are far away from your house give you valuable presents.