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how do I correctly punctuate ? "Who wants dessert?," Latisha asked us as she walked into the room with a beautiful steaming apple pie. or is it correct?

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    "Do you like horror movies?," Freddy asked Jason.

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    "Who wants dessert?," Latisha asked us as she walked into the room with a beautiful steaming apple pie.

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