Which is the correct way to write it?
Is this correct grammer. When another staff member questioned : If I call you Mr.M are you going to punch me too? or when another staff member questioned "If I call you Mr.M are you going to punch me too?"
When another staff member questioned, "If I call you Mr. M, are you going to punch me, too?"
I think if the staff member were to ask rather than question it might be a little less awkward, but to each their own style .
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