Episode 34

Published on:

13th Nov 2019

How to use question marks

Denise and Louise talk about how to use question marks in fiction and non-fiction according to convention.

Listen To Find Out More About:

  1. Direct questions
  2. Indirect questions
  3. How-to statements
  4. Idiomatic phrases and question marks
  5. Double punctuation
  6. Uncertain dates and date ranges
  7. Indicating uncertainty

Mentioned In The Show

  • But Can I Start A Sentence With “But”? by Carol Saller
  • Making a Point: The Pernickety Story of English Punctuation by David Crystal

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Music Credit

‘Vivacity’ Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License.

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