What Do I Do with…?

Margie Wakeman Wells General 4 Comments

Q     Do you know whether there were any left?
A      No.

And the attorney tries to clean up the mess he has created:
Q      So “No,” you don’t know? Or, “No,” there weren’t any left?

Since he is focusing on the word used, the quotes are correct. Since “no” stands for a
complete thought, it is capped. You could use a semicolon before “or.”

Happy punctuating!


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