Should this always be considered as a question? or there is exception?

In figure A: is the frame bigger then in the figure B.

  • Your sentence is ungrammatical. – Jason Bassford Feb 26 '19 at 20:19

This is a question, with the punctuation "In figure A, is the frame bigger than in figure B?"

Additionally, "than" is the word you're looking for when comparing two quantities, as opposed to "then," which would be used the show something is later in time.

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  • even if is it starting with "is it..." (question form) without a question mark at the end, should be considered as question sentence, always? O'key then ;) thank you – InTry Feb 26 '19 at 19:07

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