(英文) used to form yes-no questions and to indicate doubt, challenge or surprise; uttered in a short and abrupt manner
(英) Don't you feel any guilt at all?
(英) Is that really a good idea?
(英) Aren't you worried that he may get mad at you?
(英) You like him?
(英) Don't you need to go to school today?
(英) Won't you go?
(英文) used in rhetorical questions to express negation; uttered with a high-falling tone and could be prolonged
(英) Why the hell would I want to lie to you? (literally 'Am I going to get a prize for fooling you?')
(英) Hey, we're just friends! Don't get so close. (literally 'Are we family? You get so close!')
(英) I don't wanna work, but I still have to. Gotta pay the bills, right? I ain't one of those trust fund babies.
(英) I'm not a freakin' idiot. (literally 'You think I'm silly?')
(英) Come on. Just because you don't start an argument with her doesn't mean she won't, right?
(英) I don't know jack about art.