In the quotation marks.
you put thequotation marks after a comma and when you start a quotation you have to end it
If you have a quote in the middle of the sentence then don't put a period there, put a comma, an exclamation mark, or a question mark. If it is at the end of a sentence then put a period inside the quotation marks.
Quotation marks. "" <- are quotation marks
Quotes are preceded and followed by quotation marks. Such as "this"...
Convention differs transatlantically. In The United States, the quotation marks follow the punctuation. In Britain, the punctuation follows the quotation marks.
Quotation marks should not be used when blockquoting.
after the quotation marks because if put before the quotation mark, that makes the quote seem like if it continues after what you wrote even if the quote has ended. period marks go before the quotation mark because that is ending a sentence... period.
yes you do ======== The comma and the period are always placed inside the quotation marks.
Yes. Your end punctuation will come after the closed parenthetical.Example:This is a good category (Quotation Marks, Brackets, and Parentheses).
Yes, A period, question mark or exclamation point is the definite end of a sentence. One should always place a period at the end of quotation marks. Hope this helps.
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.