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Inverted Commas/Quotation Marks

Punctuation
English
Class 10

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Define and identify all the different uses of quotation marks

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Inverted Commas/Quotation Marks

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"Let me go!" she screamed, fighting off her mother.

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One of my mother's favorite Shakespearean quotations is To thine own self be true.

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Choose the option which correctly punctuates the sentence:

"I want to buy some new shirts," Christina said to her mother.

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Correct the punctuation of the given sentence, if necessary:
"If you will go with me, she said, I will visit my aunt."

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"You may as well ask me," said I, "why God does not kill you or I."

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Choose the option which correctly punctuates the sentence:

Will you throw a party for my birthday? John asked his father.

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Choose the option which correctly punctuates the sentence:

He wrote, "I will return soon," Jim said to me.

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"Take the food away, he commanded."

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The phrase, lovely, dark and deep, suggests a change in the poem.

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Choose the option which correctly punctuates the sentence:

"I am coming to your party," Mary told Helen.

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