punctuation with quotation marks


Where does the punctuation mark go, inside or outside the quotation marks?

asked Oct 26 '11 at 09:57 Russell Thomas New member

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Are you talking about when you write dialogue or speech?  If so, then yes, inside the quotation marks.


But if you are just quoting a book title, or a couple of words someone said, which come at the end of a sentence, then put the full stop after the quotation marks.




I really loved how he called the film "fantasy gone mad".

link comment answered Oct 27 '11 at 07:18 Agreeonpurpose Contributor

inside the quotation mark

link comment answered Oct 26 '11 at 10:31 macss New member

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