Can you spot and correct the quotation fault in the last sentence?

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Can you find and correct my two faults? “He’s such a jerk.” She threw her English Japanese dictionary on the bed. The pages ruffled open, the words inside seeming exposed and vulnerable against the bed post. She brushed her hair away from her face, buried her face in a pillow and screamed until she had drained her anger and frustration. It suddenly became clear to her that Roger was her dark side, unlike her husband, who was kind and generous. She buried her face in her pillow again and cried out “O God, “What shall I do?” She fell asleep.

asked Apr 26 '11 at 22:05 Victor Paul Scerri New member

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 “He’s such a jerk.” She threw her English-Japanese dictionary on the bed. The pages ruffled open, the words inside seeming exposed and vulnerable against the bed post. She brushed her hair away from her face, buried her face in a pillow and screamed until she had drained her anger and frustration. It suddenly became clear to her that Roger was her dark side, unlike her husband, who was kind and generous. She buried her face in her pillow again and cried out “Oh God! What shall I do?” She fell asleep.

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