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Quotation Marks - Exercise 4

Revise the following sentences by adding quotation marks and / or other punctuation, including end punctuation, where needed. When you are finished, click the "Check My Work" button at the bottom of the page.

1.  Joan asked her husband Will you help me with the dishes

2.  I'd like to visit Memphis first said Jack quietly

3.  Have you met Pearson's new girlfriend Ron asked brashly

4.  Jeff exclaimed excitedly I won! I won first prize

5.  Mr. Brown asked if his son was coming home from college in a few days

6.  Take my hand Willie advised so you won't slip on the ice

7.  Lateisha he said you should always wear your glasses

8.  Who first said Variety is the spice of life

9.  It is time to read Robert Frost's poem titled Fences

10.  My brother usually says That was an enjoyable show after he watches Law and Order



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