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When you get to the beach insisted Betty please call me tolet me know you made it there.



A. When you get to the beach insisted Betty, please call me to let me know you made it there.
B. \When you get to the beach,\ insisted Betty, \please call me to let me know you made it there.\
C. \When you get to the beach,\ insisted Betty, \Please call me to let me know you made it there.\
D. \When you get to the beach,\ insisted Betty, please call me to let me know you made it there.

This question is part of Punctuating Quotations and Dialogue

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Dec 02, 2016

"When you get to the beach," insisted Betty, "please call me to let me know you made it there."

Use two sets of quotation marks for this type of split quotation. Follow the clause insisted Betty, which separates the two halves of the quotation, with a comma. Do not capitalize the first letter of the second part of a quotation which continues the spoken sentence from the first part (beach --> please)

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