Test: Using Quotation Marks (Speech Marks)
'Quotation Marks' Test
Below is a quick test on using quotation marks. In this test, some of the answers marked with a
are not wrong; they're just not as tidy as the answer shown as
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Colon or comma before quotation (speech) marks?
Three dots (ellipsis) in quotation (speech) marks
Punctuation inside or outside quotation (speech) marks?
Quotation (speech) marks for ships, plays, books, etc.
Double or single quotation (speech) marks?
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