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In every language, even if you don't understand it, it's easy to tell when someone is asking a question, amirite?

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Except, like, in California, like, in the valley.

The upwards inflection, I only speak English but I have noticed when I've heard some of my bilingual friends speak.

I'm not sure if every language has it though, I don't imagine german having it for some reason.

@tonywonderslostnut The upwards inflection, I only speak English but I have noticed when I've heard some of my bilingual friends...

For me as a German I think you can hear it if someone is asking a question, can't say what it sounds like for non German speaking people obviously

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I'm pretty sure this is not a universal among all languages, I remember learning about that somewhere, but I'd have to find the source

Where my sister lives, in rural Pennsylvania, they talk like: You goin to the store today. They don't raise their pitch at the end of a question.

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You can also tell when they're pissed.....

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