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Question mark or dot?==>" I don't really know if I can do it or not? ( . ) "
Jun 8, 2010 9:23 AM
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"If" is not always the sign of a question ( i ) ^_____^
June 8, 2010
It's a statement, so I'd use a period. Though, I've seen some people who do add the question mark to indicate the doubt. I don't advise doing that, it tends to confuse people. :)
June 8, 2010
Usually it would be a period, as Kei says. It can also be a question mark if it is expressed as a question, such as in reported or verbal speech. " (are you suggesting that) I don't really know if I can do it or not? " If it's written, context will be the key. If it's spoken, then it depends on which words are emphasised in the sentence.
June 8, 2010
i think period (.)
June 8, 2010
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