In the Alexa skill certification test, the test utterance(in written form) is:
"Alexa, ask <product_name> for <something>"
When I type this into the Test tab of Alexa console, I get the response
Hmm, I don't know that one.
But if I type it without the comma, or just speak it via microphone, the input translate into the same sentence without a comma and the skill works
"Alexa ask <product_name> for <something>"
"here are the results ..."
My questions are:
1. For Alexa skill to pass certification. Do I need to care about the comma in the test example utterance?
2. If so, any tips on how to handle/differentiate/test the comma?
3. In real world usage, under what conditions can a spoken utterance result in a sentence with punctuation?