Which sentence contains no errors in the punctuation of quotations? (Points : 2)
Are you telling me that "we need to do the science display over"?
Mr. Zoller said "our display was fine and we could put it out tomorrow."
I told him, “That change will be easy to make.”
He said "that solution will be acceptable to me."
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It's not A
It's not B either
so its c?
Yes! Good job!
It's kinda hard to explain, but I'll do it anyway. You can tell when to use quotations when it's in the right perspective, and it doesn't start with "that." Although C is an exception because the sentence would've started with "that" regardless.
ohhhh ok thank you an could you help me with 2 more questions?
When you use quotations it's because you're quoting someone. A isn't the answer because you're not quoting what they said. The answer is not B because those are not the exact words she said. When you put it in quotations like that, she's saying that Mr. Zoller's display was fine. The answer isn't D because there's not comma before the quotation and the first letter isn't capitalized. The answer is C because there's the use of a comma before the quote and the first letter is capitalized. Hope this helps