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Grammar – Speech Marks


Speech marks (“ ”) are placed before and after direct speech to show exactly what a person has said. The punctuation (comma, full stop, exclamation mark or question mark) is always placed inside the speech marks.


Example: did you really think that she was going to let you get away with that you really are foolish said Pat


“Did you really think that she was going to let you get away with that? You really are foolish!” said Pat.


A Insert speech marks in these sentences. 1. I told him not to feed the dog but he wouldn’t listen, barked Dad. 2. The smell from the bin is revolting! spluttered Michael. 3. Do you know the way to the new cinema? asked Kate.


4. I will never go to that barbers again! said the boy with the half-shaved head.


5. I like eating cabbage with pasta, remarked Sandra. B In your copy, write four sentences that include speech marks.


C In your copy, rewrite these sentences with the correct punctuation to show direct speech.


1. Turn off the air conditioning said Con It’s too cold in here 2. I don’t know what I want for dinner mumbled Eljay 3. Why didn’t you come to the cinema asked Alice 4. Have you done your chores yet asked Mum 5. Did she actually let that tarantula crawl up her arm asked Maryanne 6. I cannot hear you remarked Nan 7. Go away said Matt 8. Where do you keep the cutlery asked Uncle Kieran


D Dictation: Listen to your teacher and write the sentences in your copy.


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