how to write this in correct way
I was walking with a lady on the sidewalk! a Luxury car Stopped ahead of us! she left me and went speeding!! Where are you going? "i asked her" he has money more than you and I'm going with him. "she answered" ride the car and left me alone, I did not stop for you!! "the driver said" I stopped for the man who walks with you I'm his driver
You need to remove the exclamation points. Your quotation marks need to be around the words that are said, not the part that introduces the quotation. It will read smoother if you use some compound sentences. Watch your capitalization. When writing dialogue, what each person says will have a separate paragraph.
I was walking with a lady on the sidewalk when a luxury car stopped ahead of us. She left me and went speeding up to the car.
"Where are you going?" I asked her.
"He has more money than you, and I'm going with him." she answered.
"I did not stop for you!" the driver said, "I stopped for the man who is walking with you. I'm his driver."
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