Do you agree with the saying, "All s fair in love and war"?
The question doesnt apply to the quotation - it is part of the sense of the sentence, so the question mark goes outside the quotation marks.
The book begins with this line: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times."
Use quotation marks around the exact quote from the book. Use a colon : to separate an independent clause from a quotation.
"Everyone will read the chapter entitled Africa for tomorrow," said the substitute teacher.
Use single quotation marks for items within a quotation that require them, such as a chapter title, a song title, a television show, etc. Place a comma inside the quotation marks (even though its the end of the statement and you might think it requires a perios)when the sentence continues on ...
"No!" insisted the spoiled child as she stomped her foot.
Use exclamation point for strong emotion. Use quotation marks only with the part that is actually spoken.
Gus looked at us and shouted, "Take those wet clothes off!"
Shouted implies strong emotion - choose an exclamation point. Place exclamation points inside the quote if it applies to the quoted part of the sentence only (not the whole sentence).
Use a comma after the verb in the introductory clause. Capitalize the first word inside the quotation marks. Enclose the question mark inside the quotation, because it applies to the quotation only, not the sentence as a whole.
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