Who said the quote let's not and say we did?
The quote "Let's not and say we did" was said by Garfield, the fictional cat, in "Garfield Goes To Hollywood". It was released in 1987.
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.
If you are using information from a participant that you have interviewed, and to keep their identity unknown. For example lets say that you give your participants a number, and you want to quote something they said, you put it like this. Participant #21, stated, "in order to help a student be more successful in their education you must see the student as an unique individual, and not assume they know what you are talking…
A YouTube vlogger called Phil Lester also known as AmazingPhil has a famous quote Normalness leads to sadness Where did this quote come from Did he say it in a video An interview?
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'."
This quote, said by Sir Francis Bacon, means to say that the more knowledge you have, the more you can do, which leads, in a sense, to having power. This quote was said during the age of enlightenment, when many new theories and ideas were being formed; if you had more knowledge, you were able to think for yourself, which was in itself a powerful thing to do because in those days, people just accepted…