Is that your question?

The writer for the Yahoo! front page has a question for you. It’s “Housewives?” Yes, that is the question:

A more logical question might involve the issue of cheating on “Housewives.” But that would look like: Cheating on ‘Housewives’?

In the U.S., a comma or period goes before a closing quotation mark. But the location of a question mark depends on the context: If the words inside the quotation marks are a question, it goes before the closing quotation mark. Otherwise, it goes after.

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