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Direct Quote Tom predicted, “It will be a close game.” Tom’s exact words Indirect Quote Tom predicted that it would be a close game. Not Tom’s exact words Punctuation Rules : Punctuation Rules Begin with a capital letter Lisa said, “Let’s study math together.” “Our team scored 34 points,” he shouted. A comma or period should be inside the closing quotation marks “The Jones built a new house,” said our neighbor. Daniel replied, “I’m ready to learn.” Punctuation Rules : Punctuation Rules Question marks / exclamation points should be inside the closing quotation marks “Are we there yet?” asked the small child. “Jump!” ordered the firefighter. More Rules : More Rules In a broken quotation, the second part of the quote begins with a lowercase letter. “Yes,” Jenny added, “he does want to come to the party.” “Let’s go,” suggested her husband, “and join the others for dinner.” Practice : Practice Bob said let’s go to the matinee at 3 o’clock. Yes I replied I’ll meet you there. Do you want some popcorn he asked. The people behind us asked Bob to be quiet. Quotation Marks in Dialogue : Quotation Marks in Dialogue Begin a new paragraph every time the speaker changes “What movie would you like to see?” Bob asked. “The DaVinci Code looks good,” I replied. “Alright,” he stated, “I really enjoyed the book. Hopefully the movie will be just as good.” I laughed and said, “I think books are always better than the movie. Remember Rikki-Tikki-Tavi? That book was great, but the movie was boring.” “Oh yes, I remember,” he added, “the movie was nothing like I pictured in my imagination.” Practice : Practice Come in Mrs. Brown said. You must be Lisa. Hello Mrs. Brown I replied. I’m here to baby-sit your children. They are very excited to meet you she said. This is Katie and this is Kyle. It’s very nice to meet you! I stated enthusiastically. Practice makes Perfect : Practice makes Perfect “Come in,” Mrs. Brown said, “you must be Lisa.” “Hello Mrs. Brown,” I replied. “I’m here to baby-sit your children.” “They are very excited to meet you,” she said. “This is Katie and this is Kyle.” “It’s very nice to meet you!” I stated enthusiastically. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.