Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: May 02, 2017 Views: 154
Use a question mark after any sentence that directly asks a question.
Direct: Who is that man?
If a sentence indirectly refers to a question, do not use a question mark.
Indirect: Fred wondered who the man was.
- See the Writing Center's web resources for more examples of how to use question marks in titles, quotations, and lists of questions.
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