ENGLISH

posted by .

In which of these sentences are quotation marks used incorrectly?
A. "Neither a lender nor a borrower be," he said
B. Raising her hand in warning, she said, "Be gone, you wicked spirit."
C. "I could not believe she said, 'I never worry,'" Kate muttered.
D. "What can you possibly mean by that"! she stormed.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Econ

    As the interest rate increases, the opportunity cost of money: A. Increases for both lender and borrower. B. Increases for the borrower but not the lender. C. Decreases for both lender and borrower. D. Decreases for the borrower but …
  2. English

    1. "He is very nice," said Bill. 2. " How nice he is!" Bill said. 3. "How are you?
  3. English

    Hi, could you please tell me if these 2 sentences are correc. Each of the twins has a doll in their room. 2. The couple have gone on vacation. Also, when you have neither....nor, you use has don't you?
  4. English

    e.g. I'm here on the ORBIS plane,"the flying eye hospital." (In this sentence, why is quotation marks used?
  5. English

    1. My nickname is "Captain Cook." 2. My nickname is "Beyonce." (Why do we have to put 'quoation marks as in the sentences above?
  6. english

    1. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated?
  7. English

    Identify the appropriate punctuation for the underlined word or phrase for questions 19-20. 19.) Irving Berlin wrote "White Christmas" and many other popular songs. White Christmas is underlined, I just used quotation marks. A.) italics …
  8. English; Punctuation

    Do you always put a comma before you use quotation marks, or do you only use a comma before dialogue or a quote?
  9. English

    17. How is a compound sentence formed? A. By joining a simple sentence with a dependent clause B. By joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction C. By joining two independent clauses and one dependent clause
  10. English

    A: He swims 100 meters in one minute. B: Really?

More Similar Questions