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The Interrogation Point

The interrogation point is placed at the end of interrogative sentences.

1. Art thou contented now?

2. What dost thou say? 3. What did he bring?

4. Where is he now?

5. Shall I try it?

6. When did he come?

7. Will you come across? " she asked. 8. From his window Olaf gazed, And, amazed, "Who are these strange people? " said he.

The interrogation point is used after a question. Should the question form part of the sentence it still requires the interrogation point.

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