Doesn’t it say “the boy loves the girl” without the question mark? How would you know it’s a question in the spoken language?
Similarly to how we distinguish some questions in English, using tone.
"He scored 100 points."
"He scored 100 points?"
But in your question it's more like a "surprised" question and you can't believe he really did.
To be grammatically correct english questions are formed with "auxiliary verb + subject + actual verb" as in "Does my not native english sound wrong?" (I'm really not native, hope auxiliary is the correct term)
In Hebrew the only thing we use to distinguish a question from a regular sentence is the tone. we have no problems with that
Well the audio should sound like a question, if it is one, and this audio's tone is that of a statement.
I just listened, and I guess I must have missed the question mark. I have sense fixed the recording. Thank you for pointing this out specifically! I had no idea what was wrong with it.
I would say that HV should have a particle to indicate it is a question just like in japanese.