When you have a piece of dialogue that could be read as a question but with emphasis, which way around would you use the ? and ! or would you stick to the one, for example ... "How could you?" she screamed in anger. (here we use the question mark because she's asking a question) "How could you!" she screamed in anger. (should we stick with the question mark because the writer points out that she's screaming or maybe change the second part?) "How could you!" she asked angrily. (using the exclamation because she's emphasising and the text tells us it's a question) "How could you?!" (first it's a question, secondly, she's angry) "How could you!?" (an angry question) "How could you‽" (the reader decides this one) What's your thoughts on this and have you ever used an interrobang?