How do I use quotation marks, parentheses, and a period in a sentence? For example: "...to click and load like this (Brian clicks the forearm to hear the clicking sound).”
Which of these is correct? Our company has a philosophy that "People Matter". Our company has a philosophy that "People Matter." Does the period go inside the quotes here or outside?
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I recently learned that I have developed a consistent, but entirely wrong approach to punctuating direct speech in fiction. I am in the unenviable position of trying to relearn. Previously I wrote ...