anonymous
  • anonymous
"What's the big deal" asked Rome I think I can use a period since it's quote instead of question mark
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You'd use a question mark, since it's in the form of a question
anonymous
  • anonymous
unless you're referring to the end of the entire line, then its a period
Mizuki
  • Mizuki
i prefer question mark

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Agreed
anonymous
  • anonymous
Anything that starts with what, who, why, where, when will be equipped with question mark at the end of sentence.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is a rule. It's not a matter of whether you prefer it or not.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, thanks!

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