I'm not sure what you mean by "quotes," but here are two possible answers. # You do not need to put your paragraph inside quotation marks unless it is not your paragraph. If you have copied a paragraph that someone else wrote, then you do put quotes around it, and also tell who wrote it. # If you would like to end your paragraph with a short quote by someone else, you certainly can do that. If you have found a quote that exactly sums up what you wanted to say, you can conclude by writing "X said, 'Y,'" or "As X said, 'Y'" - X would be the name of the author and Y would be whatever they said. As Heather Armstrong said, "Keep writing."
No. However, a long quotation should be indented and there should be two blank lines before and after it.
Yes. It is also good to use a quote to start a speech. Make sure it relates to your topic though!
Yes, and you have to indent too!
No, each paragraph should be about the same subject. If you start a new subject, you need to start a new paragraph also.
Usually not--each new speaker should start a new paragraph.
You should start a new paragraph with each new topic. Paragraphs should not be longer than a few hundred words.
You do not have to underline it. A new paragraph should start on a new line and the first line may be indented, but this is optional.
In proofreading, the symbol used to show where a new paragraph should begin looks like: ¶.
each new line of dialouge
Sort of... when a new person begins speaking, you should start a new line, but not a new paragraph. Hope that helped :D
Yes because it is a new paragraph.
the best way to start a new paragraph in essays is with an opening statment whick will describe what your going to be writing about in that paragraph!
In dialogue, each separate speaker starts a new paragraph on a new line. When a speaker enters again later, it should still be a new paragraph on a new line.
You start a new paragraph when the subject changes, and if you're writing dialogue, also when the speaker changes.
Start a new paragraph whenever a new person speaks.