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In When using direct quotations in your writing, which of the following should be placed outside the set of quotation marks? A. Semicolon B. Comma C. Question mark D. Period
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User: In When using direct quotations in your writing, which of the following should be placed outside the set of quotation marks? A. Semicolon B. Comma C. Question mark D. Period

Weegy: C. Comma should be placed outside the set of quotation marks.
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When using direct quotations in your writing, a semicolon should be placed outside the set of quotation marks.
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