Use this Quotations Marks Worksheet to solidify your knowledge on using quotations marks. These exercises require you to create proper placement of quotations and to include any missing punctuation, ensuring the use of quotations marks is grammatically correct in each sentence.
For each of the following exercises, insert any required quotation marks where they are required. Apply other necessary punctuation as it is needed surrounding the use of quotations.
Have you ever read The Firm by John Grisham asked Sally.
Of all of Gresham’s books she said it is definitely my favorite. It was so good I had to read it in one sitting Sally added.
In the Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem How Do I Love Thee?, the line How do I love thee? Let me count the many ways is used by many people even if they do not know where the phrase originated.
According to Jerry Seinfeld regarding people’s greater fear of public speaking over dying if you’re at a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.
The disgruntled employee mumbled like I ever do anything right under his breath after his meeting with the manager.
My sister reiterated Mom said that we could not go to the party this weekend, but what she doesn’t know won’t hurt her!
The friendly tourist told us the bus makes the trip every 30 minutes. What a relief I thought we should have no trouble making it to the theater on time now.
Wow those are fantastic images remarked Susan. Where on earth did you find them?
Have you seen the movie Safe House?
One of my favorite quotes is from Lily Tomlin Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain.