Spanish is different than English. The syntax of a sentence does not always tell you immediately
whether the sentence is a statement or a question, so using the inverted question mark
at the beginning warns you that a question is on the way and makes everybody's life easier.
Compare the following sentences and their Spanish versions.
There is a lemon tree in her backyard.
Is there a lemon tree in her backyard?
In English, the verb goes to the beginning in the question, so a question mark at the end is enough.
To Spanish now:
En el patio de su casa hay un limonero.
In Spanish the words stay where they are when asking the question, so that is why the Real Academia de la Lengua EspaÃ±ola (the country's official institution in language matters) determined that two question marks were needed.
Â¿En el patio de su casa hay un limonero?
The same applies to exclamation marks. The inverted one at the beginning of the sentence lets you know that the speaker is expressing some kind of emotion whether surprise, anger, bewilderment or whatever.
Hope this helps!
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.
Maybe a better question would be whether Aramaic, Hebrew, or Greek use the exclamation point, since exclamation points--if there are any--would be a function of the English translations.
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They are called punctuation marks.
Exclamation points are when the software (windows movie maker) cannot find the file that you are looking for.
No. They end a sentence. such as: What is your favorite color? < this is one sentence with the question mark taking the place of a period because the sentence is a question. or: I like to run! < this is one sentence with an exclamation point taking the place of a period because the sentence shows exclamation.
A statement is a declarative sentence, and it ends with a period. Other kinds of sentences are questions, which end with question marks, and exclamations, which end with exclamation points.
Two categories of sentences that may end with exclamation points are interjections and exclamations. An exclamation mark indicates strong feelings or loud voice.
I know that Westward Ho! in Devon, England has an exclamation point in its name (what a worthless bit of knowledge) but when I looked in Wikipedia for how the town got its name, there is also mention of a town in Canada, Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, which has two exclamation points in its name. More to the point, both town names end in an exclamation point. Better change the question.
Not if you have a formal paper. your tone and style should be used to properly emphasize facts. Question marks are used when asking a question and exclamation points are used for common or unstructured literary texts.
Use an exclamation point when the sentence has a lot of emotion. Look out! Use the punctuation properly! Your teacher is right behind you! Most sentences with exclamation points are short an exciting.
A person should avoid the overuse of exclamation point because shouting at the reader. This is taught in English.
bannas rule! Removing the additional exclamation points from the first answer on this question resulted in the reformation of the answer box. Fast-motion photography is a great way to watch the reformation of a chrysalis.
These are characters which are neither letters nor numbers, but are used in sentences to provide structure and make text more readable. These include periods (.), Commas (,), Question marks (?), and exclamation points (!).
A complete thought is called a sentence. The following punctuation marks end different kinds of sentences: (1) period if the sentence is a statement or a command; these are called declarative and imperative sentences, respectively; (2) question mark if the sentence is a question; this is called an interrogatory sentence; and (3) exclamation point if the sentence is an exclamatorysentence. Note that exclamation points are not too precise, and writers can choose to use them with any sentence they want to make loud or forceful. If the loud or forceful sentence is also a question, the exclamation point is followed by a question mark.
I'd say, c) Exclamation Points
The "!" (Exclamation mark) indicates that the ping completed successfully and verifies Layer 3 connectivity, the number of successful echo requests
Gibberish - otherwise called 'nonsense'By meaning, "gibberish" is a collection of letters, words, combinations of letter-sounds, or excessive punctuations used in writing, that make no sense within a particular language. They may be few, such as "xtb", or extensive (many used at once).Based on this meaning, "gibberish" could be created using any language. For example, if I was a Spanish-speaking person, I could create a "gibberish" phrase or sentence using letters, words, and excessive punctuations. As an English-speaking person, I could write a nonsense sentence such as: "Battery bake star hop up universe. Whether in English, Russian, Polish, German, Spanish, French, etc., gibberish is nonsense-- e.g. - it makes no sense.As for punctuation, there are rules in language for where to use a comma, exclamation point, question mark, period, etc. As a way to add expression, intensity, or as emphasis, some people use 5 or 10 question marks when just one is all that is required. Some people use multiple exclamation points, either one after another or with each separated by a single space, to indicate emphasis or to be emphatic! But, readers are distracted by 9 or 22 exclamation points after a statement or sentence. Also, and more importantly, a statement (sentence) has the same meaning whether a writer uses the standard "one" exclamation point -- or if the writer uses 6, 7, 8, or 9. "What a bad doggy!" only has ONE meaning: The dog did something bad. Adding more exclamation points doesn't make the dog be any more misbehaving than what "bad" implies.So, in essence, gibberish is a NON-language because it impedes and hinders communication and understanding between the writer and the reader. For this reason, teachers, professors, schools, colleges, employers, and reputable websites want writers to use all the rules that govern the written word. On WikiAnswers and on Answers dot com, we ask that in the Answers section for writers to use standard words, complete words, no texting language (ex: U for you), and to use proper punctuation. Some answers require a language other than English, like, How do you say bus stop in Spanish... but the answer must still follow the proper written form used in the Spanish language.Note: The only place on Wiki Answers and Answers dot com that punctuation is not required is in the Question box. In fact, the software often rejects questions that include punctuation.
It depends on the type of punctuation and whether it's at the end of a sentence. A full stop isn't required after question marks or exclamation points as they already contain a full stop.