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Title: To Fly: The Story of the Wright Brothers Author: Wendie C. Old Genre: Biography

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  1. Big Question: How did the Wright brothers’ dream change the world? Title: To Fly: The Story of the Wright Brothers Author: Wendie C. Old Genre: Biography

  2. Grammar Quotations & Quotation Marks

  3. Quotations and Quotation Marks • “Let’s put an engine on a glider,” said Wilbur Wright. • Quotation marks are used to enclose the exact words that a person says.

  4. Quotations and Quotation Marks • A speaker’s exact words are called a quotation. When you write a quotation, use quotation marks ( “ “) at the beginning and end of the speaker’s exact words. Begin the quotation with a capital letter.

  5. Quotations and Quotation Marks • If the quotation comes last in a sentence, use a comma to separate it from the rest of the sentence: • Orville announced, “We are making a flying machine.”

  6. Quotations and Quotation Marks • If the quotation comes first, use a comma, question mark, or exclamation mark to separate the quotation from the rest of the sentence: • “What a ridiculous idea!” a friend remarked.

  7. Quotations and Quotation Marks • Place the end punctuation mark of a quotation before the closing quotation mark: • “Don’t you think we can do it?” asked Wilbur.

  8. Quotations and Quotation MarksPlace punctuation marks where they are needed. • Let’s try bending the wings Wilbur suggested • “Let’s try bending the wings,” Wilbur suggested. • Why would you do that asked Orville • “Why would you do that?” asked Orville.

  9. Quotations and Quotation MarksPlace punctuation marks where they are needed. • Then our glider can circle like a bird said Wilbur • “Then our glider can circle like a bird,” said Wilbur. • Why were the Wright brothers so successful I asked our teacher • “Why were the Wright brothers so successful?” I asked our teacher.

  10. Quotations and Quotation MarksPlace punctuation marks where they are needed. • She paused and said Maybe because they tested everything • She paused and said, “Maybe because they tested everything.” • Then she added They just wouldn’t accept failure • Then she added, “They just wouldn’t accept failure.”