Who said the quote A penny saved is a penny earned?
He never did. Although "A penny saved is a penny earned" is attributed to Franklin, there is no reference anywhere to him have said or written this. The closest approximation is "A penny saved is twopence dear; a pin a day 's a groat a year," published in 1736 in Hints to those that would be Rich. The closest of any quote to "A penny saved is a penny earned is from Henry Fielding's play…
" We will hang together or we will hang separately." "Fish and visitors smell in three days." "An apple a day keeps the doctor away. ""Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle A penny saved is a penny earned. A place for everything and everything in its place A small leak can sink a great ship Admiration is…
You normally put a quote in a sentence where you want it to go. He said, "Let's get out of here." If it is a quote within a quote then you use single quote marks. Jane said, "Let us try to find the white cat." Sue said, "We will go to Mary's house to look but it will be hard because 'all cats are gray in the dark'."
If you have 2 coins in your pocket that equals thirty 1 cents one is not a penny what are the three coins?
1$=Rs. 55 consider above example when the left hand currency in the quote is forrien currency than it is said to be direct quote and if the left hand currency is home currency than quote is said to be indirect. in above example we can say it is a direct quote in the point of view of India and can say indirect quote for US.
(The Quote came from the 1984 movie "Karate Kid" and the actual quote was "Strike First Strike Hard Show No Mercy".) This quote is accually said by Fleet Admiral William Halsey, during WWII, the "Karate Kid" quote is probably derived from what the Admiral said. and it's: "Strike Fast, Strike Hard, Strike Often".