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I would like to know if i have used the correct grammar and punctuation in the following two sentences:
47. "Have you ever read the story, 'The Tell-Tale Heart' by Edgar Allen Poe?" Dave asked.
48. "Did the professor say, 'Put down your pencils'?" Janice asked.

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