I found the following list on Google’s Type With Your Voice Tutorial.
“When you are speaking text in a document, there are several phrases you can use to add punctuation to your text:The tutorial also has some helpful troubleshooting tips. All in all, at this point I don’t know how often I would use this for producing writing, unless it was something that I could speak quickly about and that didn’t require a lot of thought (maybe for jotting down quick thoughts), but this would be a GREAT tool for students who have trouble getting their thoughts down on paper, but who have no issue telling you the answer. Give the students some think time to formulate their thoughts and then have them speak into the microphone, voila - problem solved.
- "Exclamation point"
- "Question mark"
- "New line"
- "New paragraph"
Note: At the moment, this punctuation is only supported in German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Russian.”