Proofreading Service - Pain in the English
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Proofreading Service - Pain in the English
Proofreading Service - Pain in the English

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robertcforest

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December 12, 2010

Total number of comments

5

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I think the answer is yes. They are different. Next question, please.

Does “Who knows” need a question mark?

  • December 16, 2010, 11:33pm

I wholeheartedly and fundamentally disagree with you. There is zero reason to do so. ZERO. It's understood.

Does “Who knows” need a question mark?

  • December 16, 2010, 6:48pm

Make it it's own line with no subsequent text adjacent to it.

Does “Who knows” need a question mark?

  • December 12, 2010, 1:38pm

"There will be now words said after the response. No confusion will be had. It’s understood as what it is."

Oops ... sorry "no words".

Does “Who knows” need a question mark?

  • December 12, 2010, 1:36pm

I had the same argument as Frank. Frank beat me to it. I would like to add that you can't put a period at the end of "Who knows" either. Not really, anyway. I think it needs zero punctuation. It is very plain to see that it is really a response to the question asked before. A simple response. Not a question. Not a rhetorical question. Not a statement. Not a sentence in full at all. just two words as a response and thus zero punctuation is needed. There will be now words said after the response. No confusion will be had. It's understood as what it is.