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The word 'think' is repeated and repeated. Could some member please help me re-phrase so that the word is used less often to improve the text?
Is the comma optional? I wonder because I am making a request, not asking a question.
I think my question is ambiguous. I'm re-wording the question so that it is clearer.
Could someone please help me improve my English(?)(.)
Should I use a question mark of full stop?
Should I use a question mark of a full stop?
Could I have two cups of coffee and a tea, please?
Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press
Will you please turn the radio off?
Please definition | Dictionary.com
There are obvious regional differences.
"Do not use a question mark after:
- polite requests that seek no verbal response.
Would you please submit your comments by Monday."
Style Manual for authors, editors and printers, Australian Govt., 2002, p.98
This is the style that is supposed to be followed by all Australian public servants and Government agencies.