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Most newspapers adopt a standard style of scoring. Two simple phrases will act as a reminder of how to punctuate the quotes. (For simplicity, we use the term 'tag' for the attribution of the person who said the words and 'uppercase' as a shorthand for 'uppercase letters').
When the attribution (the label) is at the beginning of the quote, the order is:
LABEL, COLON, QUOTES, CAPITAL LETTERS.
Look at the following sentence:
See how scoring follows our rule:
When the label is at the end of the quote, the order is:
EAT, APPOINTMENTS, LABEL, POINT
as in the following sentence:
"It's not something I expected," she said.
Again, we can see the pattern in the sentence:
Note that periods (periods), commas, question marks, and exclamation marks always go inside quotation marks. When you have a quote within a quote, use a single inverted comma for the inside quote. If they both end in the same place, put the comma, period, or similar punctuation mark inside the single inverted comma:
You should always start a new paragraph for an address.