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Quotation Marks

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Transcript of Quotation Marks

Quotation Marks
By: Mrs. Massey
Spring 2012
Using Quotation Marks
1. Comes in pairs. If you open with a quotation mark, you must close with a quotation mark!
2. Capitalize first letter of direct quote when material is a complete sentence.
Direct Quotations
Used to set off and represent EXACT language!
Used to set off speech in fiction and poetry.
Defense against plagiarism.
John said, "That's my coat."
Jack replied, "I have a coat like yours."
Do not use quotation marks when restating what a speaker says.
That would be a paraphrase or a summary, not a quote.
Indirect Quotes
Mr. Johnson said while he was milking his cows last night, he saw an alien spaceship .
1. I like chips, said Milly.

2. Jason replied, I love pretzels.
Example 1
1. "I like chips," said Milly.
2. Jason replied, "I love pretzels."
Answers to
Example 1
Commas and periods are always placed inside closing quotation marks!
1. Tyler said, Blue is my favorite color.

2. Seth said, Green is a better color.
Example 2
1. Tyler said
, "
Blue is my favorite color.
"

2. Seth said
, "
Green is a better color.
"
Example 2 Answers
Use comma to introduce quotation after dialogue tag.
1. Yes, said Bobby, I love cheese pizza!

2. No, said Anne, I would not like a slice.
Example 3
1.
"
Yes,
"
said Bobby,

"

I love cheese pizza!
"

2.
"
No,
"
said Anne,
"
I would not like a slice.
"
Example 3 Answers
If dialogue is split or broken, use quotation marks to surround each part that is spoken.
1. Please write your name on your paper. Once you finish, please place your paper on my desk, and sit back down quietly, said Mrs. Massey.

2. Mrs. Massey, said Dylan, What happens if we don't finish in time? We should get extra credit in case that happens.
Example 4
If a quotation is not split or seperated, do not close a quotation mark until the speaker is finished. This may mean several sentences.
Example 4 Answers
1.
"
Please write your name on your paper. Once you finish, please place your paper on my desk, and sit back down quietly
,"
said Mrs. Massey.

2.
"
Mrs. Massey
,"
said Dylan
, "
What happens if we don't finish in time? We should get extra credit in case that happens
."
Correct each of the following sentences in your notebook.
Quotation Quiz 1
1. Is the pizza here? asked Hillary.
2. I love cheese pizzas, said Tom.
3. I don't, said Mark, I wanted pepperoni.
4. Don't fight, said Mom, We can't all get the pizzas that we prefer. You take what you get and don't throw a fit.
5. If you don't want to eat it, said Dad, I will.
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