When using direct quotes in your writing, you should place quotations marks around the quote. Punctuation should also be inserted within the quotation marks.
If the quotes were direct quotes of the writer, relevant to your writing topic, and not hearsay; then yes. If the information is second hand or "passed on" in the letter then no. (there could be relevance if you were writing about the letters but that would be limited)
Any auto insurance company can provide direct quotes on their website.
Direct quotes should be put into quotation marks
Direct writing is the process of writing that involves direct action, facts, or speech. Effective writing usually contains a blen of direct and indirect writing styles.
On the computer it is in italics but when you are writing it you underline it quotes are for a specific scene in the movie
Any person speaking in proper writing is in quotes.
Yes, when you are citing direct quotes in APA format you must use quotation marks.
If the word "writing" is used as a noun, then it can be a direct object. Without a complete sentence, "writing" is just a word. Example: He enjoys writing. (direct object of the verb "enjoys")
Quotation marks are used for direct quotes only. Indirect quotes are paraphrased and do not need quotation marks.
Yes, of course you can "take quotes" from writing other than dialogue.