questions asked are always to be followed with a mark of question (?)
hence if an astrix is to be placed then it has to come after the question mark.
if the astrix is part of the question then it has to be placed before the question mark
when you put a quotation in a sentence you use quotation marks for the quote
There are no quotation marks in that sentence unless you state who's saying it. "Give me your hand", said Mary, would be correct.
those are quotation marks
Anything that is exactly the same wording as your source. Usually if the phrase is more than 3 words. Also, the quote is only in quotation marks if it is less than 4 lines. Paraphrasing requires citation, but not quotation marks.
two quotation marks
In the quotation marks.
Quotation marks. "" <- are quotation marks
Quotation marks should not be used when blockquoting.
you put thequotation marks after a comma and when you start a quotation you have to end it
You do not put a name such as Toto or Dorothy in quotation marks when used in a sentence. You put the name of a movie, book, or a quote in quotation marks when you use them in a sentence.
I use quotation marks. It's not a hard and fast rule.
You put the quotation marks around what was said, start a new paragraph for each speaker, and put any punctuation marks inside the quotation marks.
You would put quotation marks around radio shows because they are talking.
Yes. You would put quotation marks around the name of a game.Examples"Minecraft""Just Dance"
If you are writing something else and referring to an essay you have written, you would put the title of that essay in quotation marks, but the title at the top of your essay (like the title of any document) should not have quotation marks.