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The following sentence needs a comma in order to be correct: The company's spokesperson said "You won the prize." True False
It's true that the sentence The company's spokesperson said "You won the prize." needs a comma in order to be correct. It should be: The company's spokesperson said, "You won the prize."
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It's true that the sentence The company's spokesperson said "You won the prize." needs a comma in order to be correct. It should be: The company's spokesperson said, "You won the prize."
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