Transcript: 1.Speech marks (or quotation marks as they're also called) are used: 3.Speech marks (or quotation marks as they're also called) are used Question Marks Question Marks 2.Speech marks (or quotation marks as they're also called) are used: To express the idea of alleged or so-called. To show the exact words spoken or written. to show a question For the names of things like ships, books, and plays.
Transcript: Chimpanzees In 1900, an estimated 1 million chimpanzees lived in the wild. Chimpanzees Today, there are as few as 340,000. Today, there are estimated to be merely 170,000-300,000 chimpanzees left in Africa, and their population is decreasing rapidly. "Equipped with little more than a notebook, binoculars, and her fascination with wildlife, Jane Goodall braved a realm of unknowns to give the world a remarkable window into humankind’s closest living relatives. Through more than 50 years of groundbreaking work, Dr. Jane Goodall has not only shown us the urgent need to protect chimpanzees from extinction; she has also redefined species conservation to include the needs of local people and the environment. Today she travels the world, speaking about the threats facing chimpanzees and environmental crises, urging each of us to take action on behalf of all living things and planet we share." Jane Goodall Quote from Website Primates Primates "The bush-meat trade threatens vulnerable animals, but it also poses a threat to people— wildlife can spread viruses to humans, including HIV and Ebola." "Primates like the Mountain Gorilla are becoming more and more endangered due to excessive hunting in Africa. In fact, there are only about 600 mountain gorillas left in the world due to poaching. The animals’ body parts are very valuable and sold to tourists as souvenirs. In addition to being captured and killed, the gorillas’ lives are at risk because of habitat loss. The large wave of human settlement meant using the gorillas’ land for agricultural purposes. Efforts to protect this critically endangered species have come to a halt ever since the civil war started up in Africa." Gorillas Gorillas Rhinos Rhinos -Caution- *animal cruelty is shown*
Transcript: QUESTION MARK How to use a question mark. Did dad go to the store? He did what?! I went to Ohio, what state did you go to? a lil' about the question mark. The amazing question mark is to define that something is uncertain. Someone or something that causes doubt or uncertainty. Why use a question mark? When you write someone something and you want them to know its a question, you put a question mark at the end of the sentence. Now the video
Transcript: July 15th Example When is your date of birth? Q A A What year? Indicates that the sentence is a question Also useful for demonstrating surprise, skepticism, uncertainty, and the unknown Q Every year
Transcript: The instructor asked the students what they were doing. (Be careful not to put a question mark at the end of an indirect question) EXAMPLES: ONLY BUY 7 GET ONE FREE!!!!!!!!! W H E R E Introduction! I bet most of us in this room aren't the experts on question marks. But worry not, you are officially talking to the experts on a question mark. So why buy a comma, period, and capital in the market; when you can by something called a question mark! I can say without a doubt a question is way more than any other punctuation mark. Due to the fact, there will be no questions clearly stated without a question mark. Imagine a world without questions clearly being said for a few seconds. It would be horrible, right? Alisha and I know obliviously know you would want more information on a product before buying it. So this is basically what this PREZI is gonna show you. It is going to show deeper into the product you are hopefully buying. So why delay lets move on! By: Navdeep & Alisha 8D5 EXTRA INFO Act quick while supplies last!!!! THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! His question was, can we end this statement with a question mark? (be careful to distinguish between an indirect question, and a question that is embedded within a statement which we do want to end with a question mark) After all that info we hope you want to buy our product The main function of a question mark is to indicate a question or query, so that would be the reason why you use it in my opinion. Furthermore, it is used to turn a normal statement into a question! VIDEO: Here's an video on our product question marks: The question mark ( ? ) is a punctuation mark you may see on the same key as the forward slash on your keyboard! It is a character used in written language to explain a sentence being a question or a request for an answer to something! Or in simpler terms a question is a punctuation mark used at the end of a direct question! Or in even more simpler it is used to turn a statement in a question! BY: NAVDEEP AND ALISHA 8D5 Available at: WALMART COSTCO QUESTION MARK STORE For more info check out: WWW.QuestionMark.COM *Free shipping with orders over $50 (typical tag question) Example time: Did you say anything to me Sarah? Place question mark here IT IS ON FOR.... A question mark in placed at the end of a direct question. if you are however in the situation where a question will end with a series of brief questions. The solution to that will be.... especially when the brief questions are more or less follow-up questions to the main question, each of the little questions can begin with a lowercase letter and end with a question mark. Who is responsible for executing the plan? the coach? the coaching staff? the players? (Sometimes a question will actually end with a series of brief questions) SPECIAL OFFER They're not doing very well, are they? COME BUY ME TODAY!!!!! QUESTION MARK! A question mark nearly always consists of a pronoun, a helping verb, and sometimes the word not. However you must not be mistaken it begins as a statement, the tag question prevails when it comes to the end-mark: use a question mark.
Transcript: 1 m 2 p b Y g X F QUESTION MARK E The question mark: wich the symbol is (?) it is used in writing at the end of a word or group of words or sentences, its objective is simply to ask a question in a precise way. READ D THINK Words Sentences Question C Questions: What does an interrogative sentence do? Which words make up a question? How do you begin a question? B You get information about your interest. W/H question + auxiliary + substantive + verb + complement With: a questions word + pronoun + verb+ and complementary words. ANSWER A Example: What time is it? How do you it? Where have you been? THANK YOU:) THANK YOU:)
Transcript: If the question mark does not form part of the quotation, it is placed outside of the quotation marks. Example: Did Jane say the meeting will, “start earlier because of the game,” or “end earlier because of the game”? ? QUIZ! Answer A question mark ends an interrogative sentence When a question mark does not form part of the quotation, it is placed outside of the quotation marks. photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr ? Question Mark Indicates, you guessed it, a question. It can also show doubt. By: Savannah Morrissey When used in dialogue, the question mark is placed inside the quotation marks and takes the place of a period or a comma. Example: Karen asked, “Will you be able to make that meeting?" Question Mark Inside the quotation marks ? ? When does the question mark go outside of the quotaions? Question Mark When used in dialog where does the question mark go? Question Mark? Question Mark ? Use quotation marks to set off a direct quotation only. Examples: "When will you be here?" he asked. He asked when you will be there Question Mark A question mark asks a question ? What does a question mark do? It asks a question
Transcript: QUESTION MARK Fajardo, Kimberly G. Gomez, Shecainna Grace C. Lapuz, Daniel E. A question mark is used to indicate the end of a question RULE 1 RULE 1 Example 1 Examples -How are you? -What is your name? -Have you been to Boracay yet? Example 2 However, an indirect question uses a period instead of the question mark. Direct question: What is she doing tonight? Indirect question: I wonder what she’s doing tonight. Direct question: The question is, Does anyone support this legislation? Indirect question: The question was whether anyone supported the legislation. Example 3 When a direct question occurs within a larger sentence, the question mark supplants the comma that would syntactically belong in its place. Examples The key question, Can the two sides reach a compromise? was not answered. What is your dream? is the topic of the day for the class RULE 2 Rule 2 Because of Rule 2, capitalize the word that follows a question mark. Exapmles A question mark replaces a period at the end of a sentence Examples Would you like to go to the movie with me?. (X) Would you like to go to the movie with me? (O) How was the spring break for you? The week was too short for me. What is she like? Does she have long hair? How have you been? We missed you so much! Since the question mark replace the period, you do not need the period in the end of the sentence RULE 3 Rule 3 Requests that are phrased as questions should end with a period. Some statements, requests, demands can be written in the form of a question. However, they should be written without question marks. They uses either a period or an exclamation point. Topic Examples Why don't you take a break. Would you kids knock it off. What wouldn't I do for you! Would you please send this report to the person indicated on the cover. Examples We need to see the meaning or the purpose of the sentence to figure out whether the question mark can be used or not. RULE 4 If a question is within the quoted material, a question mark should be placed inside the quotation marks. Rule 4 Examples Tom asked, "Can we still be friends?" The question Can we still be friends? is part of the quotation. Who said, "I think, therefore I am"? The question Who said""? is outside the quotation. Examples If a quoted question ends in mid-sentence, the question mark replaces a comma. Examples "Will you still be my friend?" she asked. “ "Will you pick up some olive oil?” he asked. no commas needed RULE 5 Rule 5 Use a question mark when a sentence is half statement and half question. A tag question is a device used to turn a statement into a question. Example Examples You do care, don't you? He should quit smoking, shouldn't he? He shouldn't have quit his diet, should he? They're not doing very well, are they? Examples Notice that when the statement is positive, the tag question is expressed in the negative; when the statement is negative, the tag question is positive. There are a few exceptions to this, frequently expressing an element of surprise or sarcasm: "So you've made your first million, have you?" "Oh, that's your plan, is it?" RULE 6 Rule 5 A question mark can also be used in brackets or parenthesis to show that the writer is unconvinced by a statement Example According to his biographer, Smith “bought the company in 1985 [1984?], but was not actively engaged in its management until 1990.” The patient reported taking 15(?) milligrams of alprazolam.
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