No, quotes are for quoted material only.
You put them in italics, not quotations. -Annette
No, but you could put them around the name of the poem.
No, we do not put the title in quotations.
They should go around quotes within your sentence.
Quotation Marks quotations
Whenever possible, italicize novel titles. Otherwise, underline them.
yes if it is from someone elses work
According to http://virtualworldsedu.info/wweb/mladocu.html, you put them in quotations.
Yes, you would put "Mayflower" in quotations because it is an actual name of a boat.
Put a quotation mark at the beginning of the quote and at the end of the quote. You do not need to put quotation marks around each sentence within that quote.
Yes. Most quotations are multiple sentences long.
Put quotations around the song title and generally capitalize words other than "of", "a", "the", "is", etc...
Direct quotations are handled the same way in a business document as they are in other documents. You put quotations around a direct quotation just like in any other document.
No, you put it in italics
Put it with quotations(this: ")