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Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
A) He asked “Who do you think you are”?
B) He asked, “Who do you think you are”?
C) He asked, “Who do you think you are?”
D) He asked “Who do you think you are?”
I answered C

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    Right.

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    C is correct! :)

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