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***HELP*** When a quoted statement is divided, the writer has made an error. the reader is likely to be confused. the second part is not capitalized. the story is going to feel longer.

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"What," he said sternly, "has the author done?"
Uhh c?
Because the H isn't capitalized ?... I think?

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Yes, it is C because it continues the sentence. I'm not sure if a "divided quote" includes the end of a sentence.
Yah, it is the only one of those that makes sense. They are valid constructions when there can be a , in the sentence.
Wow thanks guys :)!
you're welcome!
np. Have fun!

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