Can you ask a question without using a question mark?

Can you ask a question without using a question mark?

Indirect Questions There is one type of question that never takes a question mark: the indirect question. Indirect questions are embedded within declarative statements: The chicken asked whether anyone wanted to cross the road with her.

What is must have in grammar?

We use “must have”, “can’t have” and “might have” in the same way as the present perfect – the action we are describing happened, or did not happen, in the past and is still true in the present. “must have”: we believe the action definitely happened. “She must have left the house by now; it’s nearly 11 o’clock.”

How do you ask a question without offending?

How to Ask the Right Question in the Right Way

  1. Avoid asking rhetorical questions.
  2. Ask friendly, clarifying questions.
  3. Don’t set traps.
  4. Ask open-ended questions.
  5. Be grateful.
  6. Avoid stress.
  7. Avoid being too direct.
  8. Silence is golden.

Can have done grammar?

When talking about possibilities in the past, You often use “could have done”. “She could have gone to the theatre with him.” “He couldn’t have done such a thing!”

How can I use as in a sentence?

As sentence example

  • She’s as perfect as she can be.
  • Her face warmed as she thought of it.
  • As she left the kitchen, his voice followed her.
  • For a few minutes they held on to each other, kissing as if they hadn’t seen each other in a week.
  • He pulled away from her, propping up on an elbow as he studied her face.

How do you politely ask a question?

Key Words That Make Direct Questions More Polite

  1. Excuse me, could you help me pick this up?
  2. Pardon me, could you help me?
  3. Pardon me, could you give me a hand?
  4. Could you explain this to me?

Where we use must have?

Must expresses an opinion: an inference, a conclusion, based on known details. Must have expresses an opinion about an earlier (past) situation. The car driver must have panicked when he saw the buses moving in on both sides.