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Have you read the article entitled "Increase Your Vocabulary"?

In the previous sentence would you put a comma after entitled? Would you put the question mark inside the quotes or outside like I have it?

Oh thank you so very much for your help. I have read so many rules in studing English. I find it very confusing, I think I have it and then there is always an exception that applies. Then I seem to lose my mind. But I shall not give up the ship. I am so glad I found this forum you are all so kind. Emotion: smile Helps to straighten out my mind. [:^)] Thanks again.
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I wouldn't put a comma there, no.
The question mark goes outside the quotes.

But if you want to delve into a grey area, if the article had been called "Do you want to increase your vocabulary?" then you should probably put - ahem -

- Have you read the article entitled "Do you want to increase your vocabulary?"?

....probably. The jury is still out on that one.

Rommie
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Thank you Rommie for your help Emotion: smile Have a great day!