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  1. Lenus
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    "Could you"

    Hi,

    I would appreciate if someone can advise if the following sentence is correct ?

    "Could you please now contact the school to arrange the admission of your child."

    This sentence ends with a period instead of a question mark.

    Kind Regards,
    Lenus

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    Re: "Could you"

    It is correct, because the 'could you' is a request rather than a question.

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