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"So you're quite shook up about this then?" asked the detective.

"And what did you think of that?" inquired the detective.

"Where were you when they died?" questioned the detective.


Okay, I need help with the dialogue.
Is it correct the way it is thanks.
If not, how would I change it.

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    it looks correct to me

  • English - ,

    All of those are quite appropriate. However when writing dialogue, it is not always necessary to say "asked the detective." If there are only two speakers , you can just indent each time the speaker changes. If you wish to change the mood of the person talking you can use verbs like "interrupted", "menaced", "soothed", etc.
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    http://mrbraiman.home.att.net/page13.html

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