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INVERTED QUESTION MARK
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- Encloses a question in some languages.
The symbols are called, in English:
- ¿ = inverted question mark
- ? = question mark
- Occasionally encloses a question in modern Catalan. At other times, a lone question mark is used at the end with nothing at the beginning of the question.
¿ is used at the beginning of a question, with ? at the end; however, it is not mandatory to use ¿.
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- encloses a question in Spanish; equivalent in English and many other languages: ?
¿Cómo estás? ― How are you?
Si tú fuiste, ¿a qué hora llegaste? ― If you went, at what time did you arrive?
In written Spanish, the ¿ symbol is placed at the beginning of an interrogative phrase, with the ? at the end of the phrase. As SMS messaging and other forms of electronic communication have become more common, many speakers only use ? for questions and ! for exclamations, leaving out the initial typographical mark. This is considered non-standard usage.
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- Inverted question and exclamation marks on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
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