comma in single quote

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Do I use a comma or a period after the end of the sentence in single quotes below? (e.g. after the word full)?

See example:

My dad is the optimist in the family always stating, 'Whether it be full of water, full of air, or half and half, the glass is always full,' and that's how I see it, too.
asked Nov 04 '13 at 06:45 Jacqueline Moreno New member

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A comma is needed after the word "full". Because The glass is always full and that is how I see it is a compound sentence joined by a conjunction "and".

link answered Nov 04 '13 at 07:31 Sanjay Expert

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grammnnNov 05 '13 at 03:19

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