What do you say at the end of a quote?

What do you say at the end of a quote?

But if we’re talking about the quotation and not the punctuation, unquote has been used to signal the end of something quoted for more than 100 years. The Oxford English Dictionary has an example of unquote from 1910, and it also has examples of quote-unquote, used before or after a quotation.

Can you end an essay paragraph with a quote?

Never allow the quotation to do your work for you. Hence it is a good idea to avoid ending a paragraph with a quotation. But if your analysis is lengthy, you may want to break it into several paragraphs, beginning afresh after the quotation.

Where do you put pause in a sentence?

Follow the punctuation and paragraphing. This is why punctuation is so important. You should pause before saying the first word after a comma, period, colon, semi-colon, exclamation-point, question-mark, or hyphen, and before saying words set within quotation marks.

How do you show hesitation?

Use an ellipsis in fictional writing to indicate hesitation or trailing off in dialogue or train of thought. If the sentence is considered incomplete, use only the ellipsis. If the sentence is considered complete, use a period and the ellipsis.

What is pause in English grammar?

plural pauses. Learner’s definition of PAUSE. 1. : a temporary stop : a period of time in which something is stopped before it is started again.

What is a natural pause?

I will start by talking a little bit about what the natural pause is. The natural pause is something you’ve all seen, with at least some clients. It’s those moments when the client either listens to you, or simply says something, and then there’s that moment of “hmmm”…