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28 July, 11:33

Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.

When she told him those socks are interesting she meant the socks looked ridiculous.

A. When she told him "Those socks are interesting" she meant the socks looked ridiculous.

B. When she told him, "Those socks are interesting," she meant the "socks looked ridiculous."

C. When she told him "those socks are interesting," she meant, "the socks looked ridiculous."

D. When she told him, "Those socks are interesting," she meant the socks looked ridiculous.

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  1. 28 July, 11:38
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    I believe that it is the first one because there is not really any direct saying in the sentence if you get what I am talking about.
  2. 28 July, 13:06
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    I believe the answer is D. Can you tell me if it's correct or not
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