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quotationmarks1 - person’s last word. The crowd...

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By Peggy Britt
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Quotation marks are used to show someone’s exact words. The children said excitedly, “Let’s ride on the Jungle Cruise!”
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1) Place a comma after the word that lets you know the person is saying something. Mickey said happily, “Come visit Disney World!”
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Rule 2) Insert quotation marks before the first word of the person’s exact words and after the punctuation mark at the end of the
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Unformatted text preview: person’s last word. The crowd exclaimed, “ What a wonderful parade!” Rule 3) Capitalize the first word of the person’s exact words. Caitlyn screamed, “ G oofy, this is a blast!” Can you find the mistakes in Mickey’s quotation? Mickey said, Come see me at Disney World!” Mickey said, “ Come see me at Disney World.” Yeah, great job, you did it!...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 357 taught by Professor Sistermarlow during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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