Youssef
why and when we you this spanish question mark ¿ and what's the difference between this ¿ and ?
Jun 10, 2010 8:35 AM
Answers · 3
Pretty simple! Sign ¿ goes right at the beginning of the sentence, opening the question, and ? goes at the end, closing it. In correct Spanish, you must open and close question and exclamations ¿Cómo te llamas? ¡Qué calor! Understood? ;) More at www.enforex.com
June 10, 2010
All question should have both of the question marks. "¿" preceding the sentence, and "?" to finish it. The thing is that a lot of people only use the finishing one like in other languages. It is just a bad and lazy habit, especially extended on internet. e.g. ¿Quieres cenar con nosotros?
June 10, 2010
¿Qué? X_DDD
June 10, 2010
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Youssef
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