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Does anyone know the rules governing whether the comma goes inside or outside a closing quote?

Thanks, - A.
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Periods and commas go inside the closing quote.

Here's a helpful website that covers this .
ArvsworldPeriods and commas go inside the closing quote.

Here's a helpful website that covers this .
Hi,

Where's the website??

Any exceptions?

Thanks, - A.

Edit. Woops! Found it! Thanks again! (it's not "clickable" in this box.)
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British people will generally leave them outside.
This is the only exception I have found so far:

Put commas and periods within closing quotation marks, except when a parenthetical reference follows the quotation.
Mullen, criticizing the apparent inaction, writes, "Donahue's policy was to do nothing" (27).
Thanks, Arvsworls and Jon for your generous help.

Posts on this site are so full of quotes! Sometimes a single word will be in quotes at the end of a sentence or long clause. Somehow the period and comma look more comfortable on the outside, but I didn't think it was right.

Thanks again, - A.
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What am I teaching?", "How will I teach the lesson?," and "How will I evaluate the success of the lesson?"

What about the example above? Right or Wrong?
I certainly do not claim to be a punctuation expert, but MAYBE your sentence would be

punctuated like this in American English:

I have three questions: "What am I teaching?", "How will I teach the lesson?", and "How will

I evaluate the success of the lesson?"

(Quote possibly, some people might omit the second comma. Personally, I wouldn't.)