. period , comma ; semi-colon ? question mark ! exclamation mark ' single quotation mark : colon " double quotation mark - dash
I'd say, c) Exclamation Points
That would be an interjection.
The inner quotation is treated just like the outer quotation in terms of capitalization, commas etc., but the quotation marks are single rather than double. e.g. She replied, "He only exclaimed, 'I don't like you anymore!' and walked away." Before both quotations, the inner and the outer, there is a comma. The punctuation completing each quotation is still within the appropriate quotation marks - the exclamation point at the end of the internal exclamation is inside the internal quotations. However, the quotation marks for the inner quotation are single (like apostrophes - ' ) instead of double (as usual - " ).
If the comma is a part of the title, it would stay exactly where you found it.
This depends on the context... If the quotation is at the end of the sentence, place a period inside the quotation marks. EX: Raul remarked, "I rather dislike pistachios." If the sentence continues on after the sentence, place a comma inside the quotation marks. EX: "Now I see your point," she admitted. And in the case that the quotation is at the end of the sentence AND one is writing a research paper with MLA internal citations, the period comes outside of the quotation marks and after the internal citation. EX: Disease was originally thought to originate from "unbalance humors or devilish spirits" (Robinson 56). (Note that these rules change if you use exclamation points or question marks.) (Also note that the citation and quoted text in the third example are completely fictitious.)
Typically, there is a comma before the quotation begins (outside) and at the end of the quotation (inside). Within the quote itself there may be other commas that belong to the sentence within the quotation marks as well.
No, the quotation marks go after the comma or period.
Why indeed? In British English punctation it goes outside ...
? question mark . period , comma ! exclamation point " quotation marks ; semi colon : colon ( ) parentheses
Return to sender does not require quotation marks or a comma.