Discourse marks .


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Speech marks. Speech marks go around the bits of a sentence actually being said. “ Hello! ”. Every time we open a set of speech marks we need to use a capital letter. “ H i!”. We also need to put some form of punctuation into each piece of dialogue before we close the speech marks. !?,.
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Discourse marks

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Speech marks circumvent the bits of a sentence really being said. " Hello! "

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Every time we open an arrangement of discourse imprints we have to utilize a capital letter. " H i!"

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We likewise need to put some type of accentuation into every bit of exchange before we close the discourse marks. !?,. "Yo fella ! "

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We likewise need to begin another line each time an alternate character talks. "Hi, Matthew!" said James. "Hello!" answered Sophie. "How are you?" he inquired. "I am okay, much obliged!"

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Where do the discourse marks go? Tom said, would you like a sweet? Tom said, " Would you like a sweet? "

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I like playing football said Patrick. "I like playing football," said Patrick.

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Are you going to my birthday party Sarah inquired. "Are you going to my birthday party?" Sarah inquired.

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Correctly intersperse these sentences: How are you asked Connor I\'m fine thanks said Jack did you have a decent occasion yes I did answered Connor Did you Yes I went to meet David Beckham wow Connor yelled.

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" How are you ?" asked Connor. " I\'m fine thanks ," said Jack "D id you have a decent occasion ?" "Y es I did ," answered Connor " Did you ?" " Yes I went to meet David Beckham !" "W ow !" Connor yelled.

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We have to recollect: To put discourse checks around the words being said. To begin every bit of discourse with a capital letter. To accentuate the discourse before we close it. To begin another line for each new speaker.

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