Quotation marks


It's hard to believe in a grammar program that misuses quotation marks throughout its explainations.

See example:

All seem to harmoniously coexist with their entourage of 20 domestic animals, which include laying hens, dogs, cats and, of course, horses.
asked Sep 26 '11 at 22:57 Kathleen Bush New member

Kathleen, If there are any errors in the program, we encourage you to notify us by writing to our support staff at support.grammarly.com. Thank you for your help. Kimberly J. Community Manager KimberlySep 27 '11 at 12:52

Kathleen, in my opinion, the quotation marks are in reference to the quoted sentences submitted for editing, and hence not a misuse of their intent to quote someone/thing. I hope this explanation satisfies your concern. Shaila. Shaila FernandesOct 17 '11 at 14:32

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Which quotation marks?

link comment answered Sep 27 '11 at 08:04 Mark Heyne Expert

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