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while asking questions in the sentence do we need to give space between question mark (?) and the sentence.

what is your name?

what is your name ?

which one is correct?

marked as duplicate by RegDwigнt Jul 16 at 13:16

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    In English there is no space. Other European languages prefer the space, but of the approximately eleventy billion sentences I've read in English, none of them separate the final word and the question mark (or exclamation mark) with a space. I only ever see that from non-native speakers online. – Robusto Jul 16 at 13:03
  • To elaborate on what Robusto said, by "other European languages" he really meant "exactly one European language". – RegDwigнt Jul 16 at 13:15
  • @RegDwigнt: I didn't want to point fingers. – Robusto Jul 16 at 13:20
  • @Robusto neither did I. Which is why I never even mentioned the French. – RegDwigнt Jul 16 at 13:24