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Hi,

How would you respond to the question, " What is your favorite song?"?

Would you say, "My favorite song is "Smile in the Wind."?

The title in quotations?

And if you want to ask like the first sentence I formed, how would you deal with the underlined "maybe in need of double question marks" situation?
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Hi,

How would you respond to the question, " What is your favorite song?"?

Would you say, "My favorite song is "Smile in the Wind."?

The title in quotations? Yes.

And if you want to ask like the first sentence I formed, how would you deal with the underlined "maybe in need of double question marks" situation? If you look at detailed punctuation 'rules', you may find some special recommendations for this situation, but I think most people would take an approach to this based on simplicity. Personally, I would write it as

How would you respond to the question, " What is your favorite song?"

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you, so your take on this is like this with no underlining anywhere.

How would you respond to the question, "What is your favorite song?"

If yes, can you do away with (without) a comma like this:

How would you respond to the question "What is your favorite song?"
Hi,

Yes.

And yes. I see the comma as optional and not necessary.

Best wishes, Clive