Quotation Marks in Direct Speech Worksheet

A direct speech contains words that are actually uttered by the speaker and are enclosed in inverted commas known as quotation marks, quotes or speech marks. Working through this free printable exercise on quotation marks in direct speech, you need to place a comma after the introductory reporting clause. The end punctuation marks: ? and !, used with a question or an exclamation respectively, must also be placed before the closing quotation marks. Use these guidelines to rewrite the sentences in this pdf worksheet, and punctuate each of the given sentences with success.

This worksheet is recommended for students of grade 4 and grade 5.

CCSS: L.4.2.B

Quotation Marks in Direct Speech
Quotation Marks in Direct Speech

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