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Will you please check my work.

Quotation marks and commas. Add quotation marks and commas where needed in the sentences below.

1. Tony said, Meg I saw your dog in Kevins Yard.

2. Julio the telegram is for you”, called his brother.

3. Mr. Simpson asked what time does the softball game begin?

4. Ms. Ito Asked the reporter are you going to run for mayor?

5. Our company is on McNeil Road replied the receptionist.

6. You need to improve your defense said Coach Diaz If you expect to win the game.

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1. Tony said, Meg I saw your dog in Kevins Yard. Yes, and not otherwise

2. Julio, the telegram is for you,(,drop this comma) called his brother. No.

3. Mr. Simpson asked, what time does the softball game begin? Almost good (comma)

4. Ms. Ito Asked the reporter, are you going to run for mayor? comma

5. Our company is on McNeil Road (,optional) replied the receptionist. Yes

6. You need to improve your defence, said Coach Diaz if you expect to win the game. almost

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Will you please check my work.

Quotation marks and commas. Add quotation marks and commas where needed in the sentences below.

1. Tony said, Meg I saw your dog in Kevins Yard.

2. Julio the telegram is for you”, called his brother.

3. Mr. Simpson asked what time does the softball game begin?

4. Ms. Ito Asked the reporter are you going to run for mayor?

5. Our company is on McNeil Road replied the receptionist.

6. You need to improve your defense said Coach Diaz If you expect to win the game.

Here is my take:

1. Tony said, “Meg (and?) I saw your dog in Kevins Yard“.

2. “Julio, the telegram is for you”, called his brother.

3. Mr. Simpson asked, “what time does the softball game begin”? (question mark should be placed before the close quote)

4. Ms. Ito Asked the reporter, “are you going to run for mayor”?

5. “Our company is on ”, replied the receptionist.

6. “You need to improve your defense”, said Coach Diaz, /;“If you expect to win the game“.

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4. Ms. Ito Asked the reporter, “(A)re you going to run for mayor?"
It's not likely the reporter is the person running for mayor.

"Ms. Ito," asked the reporter, "are you going to run for mayor?"

I'm an American, so I'd put all the commas inside the quotes. I don't remember how this works with BrE. Some people will tell you that you don't need the comma before or after the name of the person you are addressing (Meg, I saw your dog) but I think they add clarity in situations like this. If the question is a direct question inside the quote, then put the ? inside the "

1. Tony said, Meg, I saw your dog in Kevins Yard.

2. Julio, the telegram is for you”, called his brother.

3. Mr. Simpson asked What time does the softball game begin?

4. "Ms. Ito," asked the reporter are you going to run for mayor?"

5. Our company is on McNeil Road, replied the receptionist.

6. You need to improve your defense, said Coach Diaz, if you expect to win the game.

1. Tony said, “Meg, I saw your dog in Kevins Yard."

2. “Julio, the telegram is for you,” called his brother.

6. “You need to improve your defense,” said Coach Diaz,if you expect to win the game."
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Hi,

1. Tony said, “Meg, I saw your dog in Kevins Yard."

Although the capital 'Y" was in the original sentence, I strongly suspect the intention is

Tony said, “Meg, I saw your dog in Kevin's yard."

Best wishes, Clive
I agree with you, Clive.