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You can see the answer I chose for each question. Are my answers correct, if not, why?
your answers are correct, good job
Lovely, I have two other questions I need checked, if you are willing that is. :)
@monicaj5 isn't the answer for the first "well"? I don't see how the capitalization or punctuation for "Terry's" is incorrect.
Actually, that'd make sense, since "well" isn't capitalized.
Since you capitalize it if the quote is a full sentence
I believe the correct answer is spy's
it definitely wouldn't be spies since that doesn't refer to anything possessive just plural
I agree it is spy's
Hmm ok, what about the last problem?
The last one is correct
The last one is not correct...Ms. Watson's direct quote was interrupted mid-way so "clashes" should not be capitalized.
wallpaper's would have the apostrophe and (s) because it's a singular possessive noun and the thing it "possesses" is the "pattern"
Good eye, Jaeuni. Thank you. I have more questions I need checked but if you're bored now I understand.
I don't mind :)
Well you could try comparing it with the way the previous question was written, since they're both quotes and both were interrupted mid-way...can you spot any differences?
*hint* it comes after the sentence lets you know who is talking
no comma after argued?
That one is a bit confusing...I would go with putting the title in italics (the first option) since that's MLA format
I got stumped by it, too.
Yeah, if you chose italicizing the title for the previous problem, I would choose the same for this one as well
I wasn't really sure about this one.
I'm not too confident in my answer but I think it's supposed to be in quotation marks because The Pit and The Pendulum is a short work
Thank you for your help, I marked you as best response earlier and fanned you aswell. :)
NP, glad to have helped :)