Quotation Marks Worksheets To Print:
Be the Grader - Read
each sentence. If it is punctuated correctly, circle the check mark.
If they are not used correctly, circle the X.
Mr. Dylan Takes a Dip!
- Choose the sentence from each set that is punctuated correctly. This one has a large number of quotes and commas to work.
Use Your Words -
Underline each speaker's words. Then rewrite the passage, adding quotation
marks where necessary.
- Read the story below. Underline direct speech. Then use a colored
marker or colored pencil to add quotation marks and commas where needed.
On This - Quotes are used around the titles of songs,
poems, short stories, newspaper articles, and when referencing chapters
In the Meadow
- Rewrite the dialogue from the cartoon, using direct speech. Punctuate
- Rewrite the indirect speech as direct speech. Punctuate correctly. It will require you to say them aloud, at times.
Marks - Add punctuation marks where needed in each sentence
below. If the sentence is already punctuated correctly, place a check mark next to the sentence.
and Little Joe - Copy each quote on the lines below. Be careful
to add commas and quotation marks where they are needed.
and Direct Speech - Read each sentence. If it is punctuated
correctly, circle the smiley face. If they are not used correctly,
circle the X.
Practice - Rewrite each sentence so that it uses direct speech. You will have to do a good bit of rewording here.