Do commas go inside title quotes?
In all cases of usage involving quotation marks (again, American usage, not British), commas and periods always go inside the quotation marks while semicolons and colons always go outside. Here is an example using a list of titles: Notice that the commas separating the titles are inside the quotation marks.
How do you introduce a question into a sentence?
How should I style a direct question contained in a sentence?If a direct question contained in a sentence is long or has internal punctuation, set the question off with a comma and begin it with a capital letter:A single question contained in a sentence can also be preceded by a colon as long as the word before the question is not a verb.
What is an embedded question example?
The embedded question is a noun clause and can be used in a similar way to a noun. For example, we can use it as the subject or the object of the main clause. Embedded question in a statement: I don’t know where she works. (Here ‘where she works’ is the object.)
What’s an embedded question?
An embedded question is a question that is included inside another question or statement. They are common after introductory phrases, such as: I wonder. Could you tell me.