English Grammar Lessons
Quotation Marks - Glossary of Terms
Quotation marks (or speech marks) are punctuation marks
("") used to identify spoken or quoted words. In addition,
they are used to signify so-called or alleged and for
names of things such as ships and books.
"You can keep all the strawberries you pick in a hour."
"mates" left him to freeze. (so-called
As the silt
cleared, we could clearly see the bow of the "Mary Rose". (ship)
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