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Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

A. "It was a protest by colonists," explained Ken, "who dumped a lo...

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Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

A. "It was a protest by colonists," explained Ken, "who dumped a lot of tea into the Boston Harbor in 1773."
B. "It was a key event leading to the Revolution." shouted Daniel enthusiastically!
C. "Who knows anything" asked Janet "about the Boston Tea Party?"
D. "Was it during the time of the Revolutionary War"?
Wondered Ricky.

Answer

A would be correct because the sentence should end with a period not just the quotation.
As another example it would be, "Sally, please go to the store," John shouted, "I need some aspirin."
As opposed to.
"Sally, please go to the store."
John shouted.
"I need some aspirin."

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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