Question Mark Worksheet

Name ___________________________

Date ____________________________

Directions:

Multiple Choice :

1. Which sentence should be ended with a question mark?

1. He’s very tall

2. I’m scared of cats

3. Why do you always say that

4. It’s too warm outside to do sports

2. Question marks are what kind of punctuation?

1. Sentence punctuation

2. Terminal punctuation

3. Useless punctuation

4. Comma punctuation

3. Question marks go at the end of:

1. Declarative statements

2. All statements

3. Independent clauses

4. Interrogative statements

4. Identify the sentence with the correct usage of the question mark:

1. Where? Is that cat!

2. Who’s the winner?

3. Don’t be silly?

4. Did you take your medicine.

5. Identify the sentence with the correct usage of the question mark:

1. Can you please pick up some dinner on your way home.

2. Can you please pick up some dinner on your way home!

3. Can you please? Pick up some dinner on your way home…

4. Can you please pick up some dinner on your way home?

6. The question mark goes…

1. At the end of any sentence

2. At the end of an interrogative sentence

3. After the word “what”

4. Anywhere

7. Question marks go inside the quotation marks when:

1. You’re asking a question that contains a quote

2. You’re quoting a question

3. You’re asking about a quote

4. Never

8. Identify the sentence with correct usage of the question mark:

1. As she turned to face him, she asked, “Are you sure?”

2. Did mom specifically say, “Do the dishes?”

3. He said, “Where are we going”?

4. Do you need me to tell him, “Leave it alone?”

9. Question marks go outside of the quotation marks when:

1. Never

2. You’re quoting a question

3. You’re asking a question that contains a quote

4. Always

10. Identify the sentence with incorrect usage of the question mark:

1. She asked, “Which way”?

2. Did Rebecca truly say, “I hate her”?

3. Steven was tired, so he asked, “Can we go home already?”

4. Leslie tilted her head and said, “Excuse me?”

11. How many forms of terminal punctuation are there?

1. 3

2. 4

3. 2

4. 1

Directions:

Part A. Correctly place the question mark in the following sentence:

Every time I see him, he asks me, “How’s it going”

Please type and submit your answer in the comment section below.

Part B. Think of three original interrogative sentences that correctly utilize the question mark.

Please type and submit your answer in the comment section below.

Correct Answers

2. 3
3. 2
4. 4
5. 2
6. 4
7. 2
8. 2
9. 1
10.3
11.1
12.3

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