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Common Core Standard L.3.2c Questions

Use commas and quotation marks in dialogue.

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Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds commas and quotation marks to the dialogue?

Dogs aren't allowed in here the worker said.
  1. "Dogs aren't allowed in here" the worker said.
  2. "Dogs aren't allowed in here the worker said."
  3. "Dogs aren't allowed in here, the worker said."
  4. "Dogs aren't allowed in here," the worker said.
Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds commas and quotation marks to the dialogue?

I'd like pepperoni he said.
  1. "I'd like pepperoni" he said.
  2. "I'd like pepperoni, he said."
  3. "I'd like pepperoni," he said.
  4. "I'd like pepperoni", he said.
Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds commas and quotation marks to the dialogue?

Sarah said Please pick up a bag of dog food.
  1. "Sarah said, Please pick up a bag of dog food."
  2. Sarah said, "Please pick up a bag of dog food."
  3. Sarah said "Please pick up a bag of dog food."
  4. Sarah said ", Please pick up a bag of dog food."
Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Choose the sentence that uses quotation marks correctly.
  1. "What a wonderful day for a picnic!" exclaimed Mrs. Carpenter.
  2. "Do you think we can have chicken instead of sandwiches asked Jada?"
  3. "That sounds like a great idea" said Mrs. Carpenter.
  4. "Tyler said, Who will fry it!"
Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
How should the sentence below be revised to show correct usage of quotation marks?

The key to success is to read for understanding, said Warren Martin Jr.
  1. The "Key to success is to read for understanding, said Warren Martin, Jr."
  2. "The key to success is to read for understanding, said Warren Martin, Jr."
  3. "The key to success is to read for understanding," said Warren Martin, Jr.
  4. The key to success is to read for understanding, "said Warren Martin, Jr."
Grade 3 Commas CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds a comma to the dialogue?

"Whatever you like" she replied.
  1. "Whatever you like", she replied.
  2. "Whatever you like," she replied.
  3. "Whatever, you like" she replied.
  4. "Whatever you like" she, replied.
Grade 3 Commas CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds commas to the dialogue?

Sherman called out "I'll catch up in a minute" as he continued looking for his shoe.
  1. Sherman called out ",I'll catch up in a minute," as he continued looking for his shoe.
  2. Sherman called out "I'll catch up in a minute," as he continued looking for his shoe.
  3. Sherman called out, "I'll catch up in a minute," as he continued looking for his shoe.
  4. Sherman called out, "I'll catch up in a minute", as he continued looking for his shoe.
Grade 3 Commas CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds a comma to the dialogue?

Marla yelled "I want to go too!"
  1. Marla, yelled "I want to go too!"
  2. Marla yelled, "I want to go too!"
  3. Marla yelled ", I want to go too!"
  4. Marla yelled "I want to go, too!"
Grade 3 Commas CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c
Which choice correctly adds commas to the dialogue?

Maria said "I hope to see you there" but she knew she wasn't going to the party.
  1. Maria said, "I hope to see you there," but she knew she wasn't going to the party.
  2. Maria said ", I hope to see you there", but she knew she wasn't going to the party.
  3. Maria said "I hope to see you there, " but she knew she wasn't going to the party.
  4. Maria said, "I hope to see you there,", but she knew she wasn't going to the party.
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2, L.3.2c

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Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. "I'm hungry" , said Nathan.
  2. "I'm hungry." said Nathan.
  3. "I'm hungry," said Nathan.

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