Test yourself—Coping with Quotation Marks

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Test yourself—Coping with Quotation Marks

  1. Tennyson is still admired by (literary/“literary”) young women for his highly romantic poem (“The Lady of Shalott.”/“The Lady of Shalott”.)

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  2. “Are you familiar with the term (‘phosphoglyceraldehydes’?”/‘phosphoglyceraldehydes’”?) asked the biology teacher.

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  3. The young writer soon realized that no one but his mother was willing to read (‘Darkest Midnight,’/“Darkest Midnight,”) the twenty-page story of every heartbreak he had suffered during his sixteen turbulent years on Earth.

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  4. (“Was Julius Caesar killed in 44 B.C.”?/“Was Julius Caesar killed in 44 B.C.?”) Joseph asked his neighbour.

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  5. As a child Hélène was painfully shy, and as a result she withdrew into an imaginary (world/“world”) of her own.

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  6. The runes were considered mysterious and magical letters; in fact, the word (‘rune’/“rune”) means secret.

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