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Do we need to put a question mark in interrogative sentence? My teacher said that in the interrogative sentence, there's particle "か" which shows that the sentence asks a question; so, we don't need to put "?". However, I see some books put both "か" and "?" in the interrogative sentence. Which one is correct according to the Japanese grammar rule?
21. Jan 2012 13:38
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? and ! mark are the marks out of the Japanese rules. As you know, we notice the style of the sentence by the last word. ( か→question sentence ) So, you can choose to do or not to put "?" at the end of the sentence. In addition, in the serious situation, we usually not use "?" at the end of the sentence ends with "か".
21. Januar 2012
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