Ending a sentence in quotation marks

If you are looking at the sentences that end on quotation marks, this article will benefit you. The maximum English sentences have been added, which end on quotation marks.

Sentences:

Here the ninety four (94) sentences have been listed, ending on quotation marks.

  1. “I am glad that you are here,” she said.
  2. She said, “I am glad that you are here.”
  3. When asked about his academic achievements, I said, “I have been doing well in my studies.”
  4. “The fact that she played with him made me mad.”
  5. “The fact that she played with him made me mad.”
  6. “The children were playing in the park,” said John.
  7. The man was standing on the corner. He said, “Hello.”
  8. John was eating a sandwich when Mary told him she was pregnant. “John, I’m pregnant,” she said. “Oh no!” cried John.
  9. “According to the study, there are more than 1,000,000 people who use marijuana for medical purposes.”
  10. “The President said, ‘If you want to win an election you should not run.’
  11. “I don’t believe in capitalism,” said my friend. “It’s a system that benefits only a few people and destroys the rest of humanity.”
  12. “He was very rich but he didn’t like to show off his wealth,” said my friend about Mr. X.
  13. “I’ll be back in an hour,” my mother told me before she left for work yesterday morning.
  14. ” I will be gone for two days,” he said.
  15. “I think that was the best movie ever,” she said excitedly.
  16. Mary asked, “Where is your mother?”
  17. The coach said, “You should practice more.”
  18. “She is my best friend.” He said happily.
  19. “I heard him say, ‘I’m not sure she’s right for the job.'”
  20. “He said to me, ‘Did you hear about her promotion?'”
  21. “The woman behind me said, ‘I hate waiting in line.'”
  22. “The customer said to the cashier, ‘I want my money back.’
  23. “I have been to the moon and back,” said Buzz Aldrin.
  24. “It was a small step for man, but a giant leap for mankind,” said Neil Armstrong.
  25. “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work,” said Thomas Edison.
  26. “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.”
  27. “The sun never sets on the British Empire.” This saying is attributed to Churchill and is used to describe Britain’s large empire in the early 20th century.
  28. He said, “I will not be able to come to school today, I have already booked an appointment with my doctor.”
  29. She said, “I will not be able to come to school today, I have already booked an appointment with my doctor.”
  30. “A quip is a short, witty remark.”
  31. “I like ice cream,” said Josephine.
  32. “We’re going to see a movie today,” said Michael.
  33. The sign on the door read: “Beware of dog.”
  34. “I said, ‘I want to be a writer when I grow up.'”
  35. The title of a poem, story or song.
  36. “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost
  37. The title of an article or essay (when it comes after the author’s name).
  38. “Why to Make Your Own Stamps,” by Stephen Einhorn.
  39. “I have never been able to understand why people are so fond of cats.” —Mark Twain
  40. “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” —Japanese Proverb
  41. “How do you make an American Quilt?” —The movie American Beauty
  42. “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” —Henry B. Sharpe
  43. “The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.” —William Shakespeare
  44. “I am a great man,” he said.
  45. “This is your dog,” she told him.
  46. “Do not forget me,” she said to him.
  47. A sentence can also be used as a quotation by using quotation marks at the beginning and end of a sentence. For example:
  48. His words were, “I do not want to go back.”
  49. The boy said, “I want to go home.”
  50. “I am sorry,” said the man.
  51. “Let’s go home,” said John.
  52. “What’s your name?” asked the policeman.
  53. She said, “I like the book.”
  54. He explained, “I like the book.”
  55. She said,”My friend likes the book too.”
  56. “Can you clean the room?”
  57. “Is it a good idea to do that?”
  58. “It was a beautiful day.”
  59. “I’ve never seen such a beautiful day.”
  60. “Don’t forget to buy some food.”
  61. “What time should we leave?”
  62. “I am not a politician,” he said.
  63. “I am not a politician,” he said.
  64. “I’m sorry if I hurt your feelings,” she said.
  65. “What do you think about it?” asked my friend.
  66. “The quote was from Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet.”
  67. “The quote was from his book “The Catcher in the Rye.”
  68. “The quote was from an article in the New York Times.”
  69. “I like playing football,” said George.
  70. “I thought they were a beautiful couple,” said the woman.
  71. “My wife and I are going to have a baby,” said the man.
  72. “I will be your friend forever,” she said.
  73. He said to me, “You look scared.”
  74. She said, “Let’s go to the park.”
  75. He said, “I am going home.”
  76. The girl said, “I want to go home.”
  77. The man said, “I want to go home.”
  78. The girl asked, “How do I get home?”
  79. “I just want to get a little bit of food,” he said.
  80. “The cat has been sleeping,” said the woman.
  81. “We have a saying in our family,” said Sam, “that there’s always room for one more at the table.”
  82. The teacher asked, “What makes you think that?”
  83. “What do you mean?” said Tom, puzzled.
  84. “Can you tell us more about this?” asked the reporter.
  85. “I don’t understand,” said Jim as he looked at his wife in a puzzled way.”
  86. “The man said, ‘I love you.'”
  87. “I love you,” the man said.
  88. “I’m going to marry my husband,” she said. “We’re getting married next month.”
  89. “It’s a beautiful day outside,” the teacher said, “so let’s go for a walk.”
  90. “Please try not to make so much noise,” the teacher said.
  91. “I’m not a real movie star,” she said. “I’m just an ordinary girl who has been lucky enough to find a job that I love.”
  92. He told the newspaper, “We have lost the battle, but we will win the war.”
  93. She said, “I don’t mind eating alone.”
  94. He told his friend, “You’re right. I shouldn’t have left her alone like that.”

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