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Thank you, Writeacher. Just a question on punctuation.

“Would you like to go for a motorbike ride uphill?”, he said to me. 2) “Shall I phone Mary for you?,” said Bill. 3) “If I were you, I’d leave tomorrow morning,” he said.

Is the position of the commmas correct?
Thank you.

  • English -

    When you have a question mark or an exclamation mark INSIDE the quotation marks, no commas are needed for direct speech.

    #3 is correct.

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