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  1. #1
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    Default Question or statement(Punctuation)

    Hi,

    Please read the sentences below:

    1. Please let me know which of the following is better.
    2. Please let me know which of the following is better?

    Should a question mark be put in end? Is it really required or a full stop would do?

    Again,

    1. Ok, so Let me know when you can come?/.
    2. Ok, so let me know when can you come?/.

    Which is better? Please explain; I am really confused.

    Regards,
    Kamlesh

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    Default Re: Question or statement(Punctuation)

    2. Please let me know which of the following is better.
    this is a statement, a request, but not a question.


    1. OK, so let me know when you can come.
    A stated request
    2. OK, so will you let me know when you can come?
    A question.

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