== Day 2 How to use Question marks ==
When should we use the question mark?
- Let's revise sentence kinds. Click on the link to do the quiz 
- For more information about forming questions, you can watch the follwoing video 
- For more fun, play this game 
You know the rules for life: Never wear white shoes after Labor Day, brush after every meal, and avoid making rude noises in public. Here, then, are the rules for using question marks.
- Use a question mark after a question.
- Example: Isn't the Mason-Dixon line what separates y'all from youse guys?
- Place the question mark inside of closing quotation marks if it is part of the quotation.
- Example: In a dream, I heard someone asking, “Isn't atheism a nonprophet organization?”
- Place the question mark outside of the closing quotation marks if it is not part of the quotation.
- Example: Was it your mother who said, “The Lord prefers common-looking people; that's the reason he made so many of them”? (In such a circumstance, it's okay to drop the period from the quotation.)
Attempt the following questions: File:Question mark worksheet.pdf
Now, What would you like to know about exclamation mark? Write five questions. Don't forget to use the question mark!
Go back to Unit 1: Periods and other end stops