Quotation Marks Quiz


Preview Quizzes about Quotation Marks

Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. “This movie,” Robin said “is really exciting.”
B. “This movie” Robin said, “is really exciting.”
C. “This movie,” Robin said, “is really exciting.”


Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. “Is it easier,” I asked, “for me to come to your house?”
B. “Is it easier” I asked, “for me to come to your house?”
C. Is it easier, I asked, “for me to come to your house?”


Where should the quotation marks be in this sentence? Do you want it now? I asked

A. “Do you want it now?” I asked.
B. “Do you want it now? I asked.”
C. Do you want it now? “I asked.”


Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. “Do you want to play baseball during recess,” Bob asked.
B. “Do you want to play baseball during recess?” Bob asked.
C. “Do you want to play baseball during recess? Bob asked.


Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. “Do not,” the museum guide warned, “touch the displays.”
B. Do not the museum guide warned, “touch the displays.”
C. “Do not” the museum guide warned, “Touch the displays.”


Where should the quotation marks be in this sentence? Yes, I will attend the charity event, she replied

A. “”Yes, I will attend” the charity event, “she replied.”
B. “Yes, I will attend the charity event,” she replied.
C. “Yes,” I will attend the charity event, she replied.


Be patient, he said. It will soon be over. Where should the quotation marks be placed in this sentence?

A. “Be patient,” he said. “It will soon be over.”
B. Be patient, he said. “It will soon be over.”
C. “Be patient, he said. It will soon be over.”


Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. Captain Lee said, “My next voyage will be to the Bahamas.”
B. Captain Lee said, “my next voyage will be to the Bahamas.”
C. Captain Lee said “My next voyage will be to the Bahamas.”


Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. “What if,” my father worried, “I can’t find the car keys?”
B. What if my father worred, “I can’t find the car keys?”
C. “What if,” my father worried “I can’t find the car keys.”


Choose the sentence in which the quotation is correctly punctuated.

A. Simone asked, “Did you just get home?”
B. Simone asked “Did you just get home?”
C. Simone asked, “did you just get home?”


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