why do you ask me to change a direct quote?

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I thought direct quotes were not to be changed--you are suggesting that I change my quote. (Wouldn't it be great if your program could identify quotes?)

See example:

For there is no authority except from God." God continues to instruct people to respect those in authority over us because that is what we owe them.
asked Sep 15 '12 at 01:01 Diane Reuther New member

We on this forum are not the "you" to whom you want to direct your question. See my "answer" post on the forum.

Jeff PribylSep 15 '12 at 01:35

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We on this forum are not the "you" to whom you want to direct your question.

 

We are all volunteers here. None of us work for Grammarly. We post here because we find grammar and style fun and interesting.

 

The folks at Grammarly do not read this forum, so your complaint/suggestion is falling on deaf hears. You should go to Grammarly Support -- see the link at the bottom of the page -- and complain there.

link comment edited Sep 15 '12 at 01:33 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

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