Unformatted text preview: down question mark is necessary to identify that what follows is a question. Exclamation points The upside-down exclamation point (Â¡) is another unusual punctuation mark. It precedes a Spanish exclamatory sentence and is followed by the same exclamation point (!) used in English. The emphasis indicated by an exclamation point at the end of the sentence is reinforced by an upside-down exclamation point at the beginning so that the reader knows to say the sentence with emotion before the sentence is over....
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- Fall '09
- Spanish, Exclamation mark, Exclamation, upside-down exclamation point, Inverted question and exclamation marks, unusual punctuation mark