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1. "He is very nice," said Bill.
2. " How nice he is!" Bill said.
3. "How are you?" he said.
4. "Go away," said he.
5. "Shall we go there?" said Bill.

11. Bill said, "He is very nice."
22. Bill said, " How nice he is!"
33. He said, "How are you?"
44. He said, "Go away."
55. Bill said,"Shall we go there?"

(Are the sentences all grammatical? Please focus on 'punctuation marks". Thank you. Correct errors, please.)

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  1. In 3 & 5, instead of "said" you might like "asked?"

    Also in 33. & 55.

    Sra

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