What language uses inverted question marks?
The upside-down or inverted question marks are unique to the Spanish language. The idea makes a lot of sense: when you’re reading in Spanish, you can identify long before the end of a sentence whether you’re dealing with a question, something that isn’t always obvious in English. The use of inverted question marks date back to 1754, when the Spanish Royal Academy recommended them, though it took another century for them to catch on. Inverted exclamation marks are also used in Spanish as a way of expressing irony. The concept has even been suggested for English, although the idea has never taken off.
[Ans] What language uses inverted question marks?
The correct answer is Spanish