Bonjour P. !
Thanks for your useful question, that will also help other users with these specific questions.
Here we chose not to put any punctuation mark at the end of the statement not to give it away too easily.
However, the specific order of the words can only be used in a question.
You also probably noticed that all three answers HAVE punctuation marks, but this question is specifically about the word ordering.
I hope that's helpful!À bientôt !
the examples in the lesson all have question marks
test should follow that example regardless of "ease"
I agree, there should be a question mark here or the question in invalid.
I agree with the others . There should be a question mark or it is reasonable to assume that it should be imperative!
I agree, this was confusing, as the sentence would always have a question mark.
It's annoying to be nicked as "nearly correct" because I typed a question mark at the end of my question. I understand that the question mark was there in the form, but it's annoying to be marked wrong for adding the punctuation myself.
Understand Aurelie's response but it still makes it difficult to answer correctly when there is no question mark.
Ah! A new kind of lesson.
I agree there should be.
I don't know
I agree that this is misleading and confusing. If you don't want the question mark to give away the correct answer, why not add another wrong answer with a question mark?
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