Common mistake no comma before indirect question
If starts an indirect question, you do not need to put a comma before it.
- I asked Tom he lives.
- If you would like someone in EIPL/DPC to be signing the contract, please let me know the signing authority is.
- Do you know to do?
- We know how, where and when.
- Yes, I know, what can I say?
- Please let me know what, if any, tanks and term you are interested in looking at asap.
- So, who knows, if he gets on in Houston, I might get an opportunity to move there too.
- If my memory serves me, this is a known issue, which I will have to research to find the current status.