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Question for the week
Is there anything wrong with the following phrase? "It cost less to reuse boxes than to buy new ones."
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Chaz Lupsha asks...
what is interrogative punctuation?
Anne answers...
Interrogative is a big word for "asking a question." So interrogative punctuation means that you are asking a question about the correct punctuation of asking a question. And, frankly, it's very simple.

The question mark is the symbol of interrogative punctuation. When you ask a question, it's important to end it with a question mark. So if you master the question mark, you have solved the issue of interrogative punctuation.
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