Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 14:42:42 -0400
From: Benjamin Barrett Gogaku[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]GNN.COM
Subject: Re: statements spoken as if it were a question
Am I missing something, not knowing much about Southern speech?
Using a rising tone at the end of a sentence to make a question is a very
common form of question in English at large.
It's at three o'clock?
He's going when?
I think doing this shows surprise to some information or adds emphasis, but
I can't see where it is especially Southern or characteristic of female