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3 Minor syntactical fixes.
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Could 'Could you please share (or[or xyz task) withtask]'—with or without question mark?

Most of the time, a sentence comes with a sense of being an order, not a requestrequest; and people have stopped using a question mark at the end of the sentence.

Another contextFor example, your Bossboss (or some other respected person like Grandpa, Father etcsuch as a grandparent or parent) might not use a question mark, because they are actually not giving you the option to say "NO""no". But when the situation reverses, would it be right to use a question mark? Would using a question mark bringsbring a sense of rudeness? If so, how tomight the person put it correctly?

Could you please share (or xyz task) with or without question mark

Most of the time, a sentence comes with a sense of an order, not a request and people have stopped using question mark at the end of the sentence.

Another context, your Boss (or other respected person like Grandpa, Father etc) might not use question mark, because they are actually not giving you the option to say "NO". But when the situation reverses, would it be right to use a question mark? Would using question mark brings a sense of rudeness? If so, how to put it correctly?

'Could you please share [or xyz task]'—with or without question mark?

Most of the time, a sentence comes with a sense of being an order, not a request; and people have stopped using a question mark at the end of the sentence.

For example, your boss (or some other respected person such as a grandparent or parent) might not use a question mark, because they are actually not giving you the option to say "no". But when the situation reverses, would it be right to use a question mark? Would using a question mark bring a sense of rudeness? If so, how might the person put it correctly?

2 The explanation was too complex and gramatically wrong, I edited so that it would be more understandable and easy to read.
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This sentence mostMost of the time, a sentence comes with a sense of an order, not a request and so people have stopped using using question mark at the end of the sentence.

Another context, your Boss (or other respected person like Grandpa, Father etc) might not use question mark, because they are actually not giving you the option to say "NO". But when the situation reverses, would it be right to use question mark or not to usea question mark.? Would using question mark brings a sense of rudeness if Yes? If so, how to put it correctly?

This sentence most of the time comes with sense of an order not a request and so people have stopped using using question mark at the end of sentence.

Another context, your Boss (or other respected person like Grandpa, Father etc) might not use question mark, because they are actually not giving you option to say "NO". But when situation reverses, would it be right to use question mark or not to use question mark. Would using question mark brings a sense of rudeness if Yes, how to put it correctly?

Most of the time, a sentence comes with a sense of an order, not a request and people have stopped using question mark at the end of the sentence.

Another context, your Boss (or other respected person like Grandpa, Father etc) might not use question mark, because they are actually not giving you the option to say "NO". But when the situation reverses, would it be right to use a question mark? Would using question mark brings a sense of rudeness? If so, how to put it correctly?

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Could you please share (or xyz task) with or without question mark

This sentence most of the time comes with sense of an order not a request and so people have stopped using using question mark at the end of sentence.

Another context, your Boss (or other respected person like Grandpa, Father etc) might not use question mark, because they are actually not giving you option to say "NO". But when situation reverses, would it be right to use question mark or not to use question mark. Would using question mark brings a sense of rudeness if Yes, how to put it correctly?