Quotation marks have a variety of uses."Hello"Exact words spokenUse quotation marks around the exact words spoken in dialogue.Examples:“I’m not going tonight,” he announced.“But … [Read more...] about Quotation Marks do more than dialogue or quotations
Information or permissionQuestions ask for information or permission. To punctuate a question, put a question mark ("?") at the end.?Examples:What's your name?My name's Samantha. … [Read more...] about A question mark ends a question.
Exclamation marks are best used in fictional dialogue, not in narrative.!End the sentence with an exclamation mark when the speaker needs to display strong emotion, excitement, or … [Read more...] about Exclamation Mark (!) for strong emotion, excitement, or emphasis