“Do You Know What I Mean?” and Other Nonquestions

Margie Wakeman Wells The Comma, The Question Mark Leave a Comment

When someone has a language “glitch” and uses a word or phrase over and over, that word or phrase is surrounded by commas. …He was, like, on the, you know, edge that day. …The company, like, you know, did not really have, like, a policy, you know, on that. When this type of element is normally a question but is …