Quotation marks mark bitterness. (From /r/Gunners Match thread) imgur.com/5Z0UZKC
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Map of quotation marks in European languages
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Primary Quotation Marks in European Languages
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They really put the word upcoming into quotation marks!!! (Someone asked jokingly for it, cause of delay)
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Found this in a "questionable quotation marks" group on Facebook.
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I'm trying to filter any posts/comments that contain any phrase surrounded by quotation marks (such as "…"), but can only catch the first quotation mark.

Almost all of the quotation marks that surrounds a certain phrase are not being detected by AutoMod, despite myself explicitly including them in a rule.

All of the quotation marks and their Unicode equivalents were taken from the table that's within this Wikipedia page:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quotation_mark#Unicode_code_point_table

title+body (regex, includes-word): ['["\u00000027Β«Β»β€˜β€™β€šβ€›β€œβ€β€žβ€Ÿβ€Ήβ€Ί\u00002E42\u0000275B \u0000275C\u0000275D\u0000275E\u00002826\u00002834\u0000300C\u0000300D\u00003000E\u0000300F\u0000301D\u0000301E\u0000301F\u0000FE41\u0000FE42\u0000FE43\u0000FE44\u0000FF02\u0000FF07\u0000FF62\u0000FF63]example', 'example["\u00000027Β«Β»β€˜β€™β€šβ€›β€œβ€β€žβ€Ÿβ€Ήβ€Ί\u00002E42\u0000275B\u0000275C\u0000275D\u0000275E\u00002826\u00002834\u0000300C\u0000300D\u00003000E\u0000300F\u0000301D\u0000301E\u0000301F\u0000FE41\u0000FE42\u0000FE43\u0000FE44\u0000FF02\u0000FF07\u0000FF62\u0000FF63]', "what is this (sub|subreddit|community)"]

Please note that the length of the line may or may not be too long to span several lines, depending on your screen width.

(Ignore that "what is this X" phrase, it's just for testing.)

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Dear US people, what is "wokeness" that Sam seems to mention a lot? Also why is it always written in quotation marks?

I'm Irish and this word simply doesn't exist over here in any political context.

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Really don't like quotation marks on a sign advertising food
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Map of quotation marks in European languages jakubmarian.com/map-of-qu…
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all of these are quotation marks but one is an apostrophe. which one?

"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""""""""""""""""""""""

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: quotation marks are NOT for emphasis
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Fanart in quotation marks because Rule 34
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I really hate posts like this, where trans people bemoan that they are now straight. This one in particular comes across as very transphobic due to the quotation marks. Found in r/ftm.
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I just discovered that you had to mark dialogues with quotation marks, not dashes

I'm a non-native English writer, and a beginner at that too. In my language we mark conversations with dashes, like this:

-Hi - said Mark - I like you.

Not quotation marks:

"Hi" said Mark "I like you"

I was writing with dashes automatically. One of my readers pointed out this mistake today, and I had to look up English novels to check if this really a thing. I have over 12 fics, and now I had to go back and correct all of the dashes to quotation marks, It was a real pain in the ass with my multiple chapter fics. I can't believe no one told me this before!

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Changing the default quotation marks on Ipad

I recently reset my Ipad and noticed that my quotation marks changed. I live in Germany, so i always use the correct german ones, which are β€žtheseβ€œ, but now it always writes the english ones, which are "these". Lf course i can click and hold the key and then switch to the right ones, but that is a lot more work and not really practicable for writing a lot. And i know that before the reset, it had it the right way.

My keyboard is set to german, so that cant be the problem. Can i change which ones are on the keyboard, like the default ones?

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Notice the quotation marks
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Using parentheses and quotation marks often when writing/journaling.

Do you find that you use parentheses or quotation marks often when writing? I just realized this about myself while journaling for the first time in a years. I find I do it to express conflicting thoughts and opinions (because I can't keep a straight line of thinking and often have conflicting thoughts and opinions so it makes it challenging to form a coherent sentence.) While journaling I find myself always adding some sort of sassy (ΒΏ) comment that doesn't feel mine. Disclaimer: Not diagnosed with OSDD, haven't spoken to a professional about it yet

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Sooooo... It's, like, okay to copy and paste two pages of text from a non-reputable website into my paper as long as I put quotation marks around it, right?

Asking for a student.

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Banned from r/ShitLiberalsSay for asking if a comment in quotation marks was in the posted article. (It wasn’t)
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Accidental suspicious quote. (The quotation marks are condiment bottles)
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How do you write quotation marks?
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AITOO who imagines Dr. Evil from Austin Powers everytime I read β€œquotation marks”?
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A situational stand, Dead Or Alive. I'm on mobile so quotation Mark's are hard without downloading the entire Japanese keyboard.

Dead Or Alive's ability is the fact that the user is, in fact, dead AND alive. They don't need to breathe, eat, drink or sleep, and they don't really bleed or feel pain. They also can't be killed, because that's already happened. The reason this is situational is because these abilities only work when the user cannot be seen. It's the shrodinger's cat stand. The stand can be seen without effect, but it has no abilities except punching and the above benefits.

Power: D

Speed: C

Range: B

Durability: B

Precision: E

Potential: C

Also sidenote: Dead Or Alive would be a PERFECT ed for steel ball run.

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Inappropriate use of quotation marks

Are they suitable for this sub?

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When some Americans say British β€œPeople” why is the β€œPeople” in quotation marks?
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Trump doesn't know how to use "quotation" marks, so he's really saving us from the killer vaccine, not promoting it. twitter.com/3days3nights/…
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Quotation marks in other languages?

In English, quotation marks are used around sentences to convey that they are being spoken. However I'm convinced there must be a better way to visually achieve this. How do other languages deal with this challenge?

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Write Β»/slanted text in Quotation-marks/Β«

Hello there,

I'm pretty sure this has been ask several times before, but I couldn't find it for some reason. I try to do following:

a.) Β» /This is slanted/ Β«

b.) Β»/This isn’t slanted at all!/Β«

Reason is that the Quotation-marks are wrapping the slash without a space. If ill use option a.) I get ugly formatting like this: Β»_this is a slanted text_Β« if I export it to LaTeX

I marked the extra spaces with an underscore.

Any suggestions, is this a Bug?

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What is your favorite example of quotation marks in sarcastic use?
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I mean there are quotation marks so he had to have said it right?
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German quotation marks in org-mode

Hi,

could someone please tell me how I get German quotation marks (β€žβ€œ) instead of the generic American ones ("")?

I am writing a translation in German so it would be nice to have correct typography.

Thank you!

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Quotation marks

I keep seeing learners use <<this>> as quotation marks so I assume there's some kind of a textbook that encourages this. Guys (and gals), don't ;) Here's how quotation marks really work in Russian:

"These" are called "programmer quotes" or "typewriter quotes". These are the lazy option. Use them in the Internet, it's totally fine and everyone understands them. Shift+2 on the Russian keyboard, or the usual key left of Enter on an English keyboard. If you need something more "officially accepted", see below.

Β«TheseΒ» (Alt+0171, Alt+0187) are the conventional quotation marks (some text editors even replace "these" with them). So it's highly recommended to use them in print or web design, but if you're just chatting - don't sweat it. And no, <<these>> are not a substitute - if your choice of keys is limited, better resort to "these".

β€žTheseβ€œ (Alt+0132, Alt+0147) are the proper form for handwriting, fancy fonts or to use for a quote within a quote. Once again, you're very cool if you use them in design, but if you're chatting - resort to "these".

Finally, 'these' aren't Russian at all, but they probably can be used nowadays as the last resort (informally, once again - in chats).

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I'm just gonna through a quotation mark here to see if my bot breaks"
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DAE type in two quotation marks first before typing in between them?
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How do I add quotation marks to the text without having to type a backlash every time?

Example-

c "\"Woah, I really hate having to type a backlash everytime a character says something!\""

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Map of quotation marks in European languages
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So Lunky was just a way to show that we have β€œnew” editors. (thats in quotation marks because they edited for UA so technically they are not new) Huh.
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When do you use quotation marks ("") and when do you use arrows (<<>>) when writing dialogue / quotes in French? Been confused about this for awhile.....

Like what the question says, when do you use "Bonjour" and when do you use <<Bonjour>> when writing in French? I've seen both ways but I'm unsure when to use them / what context they're used for.

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The Poor Quotation Marks Too
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Quotation marks

After reading through the comments on a post about fic turn offs, I'm really surprised by the amount of Americans that will stop reading a fic because the author uses single quotation marks instead of double.

Here in the UK we're taught to use single quotation marks for speech, and I know the same is true for other countries. Are there any people out there from countries where single quotation marks are the norm that will stop reading due to double quotation marks being used?

I'm horrified by the amount of potential readers I could be putting off by using ' instead of ". And I'm tempted to go through my published chapters and change all the speech marks, but don't want to put off current readers who are already invested if some people hate double quotation marks too.

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Punctuation that comes after an in-line quotation should not be inside the quotation marks.

For example; the sentence "if I woke up yesterday, and the first thing I heard was "good morning," I might be inclined to have a nice day".

Two instances of what I'm talking about happen in the above block of text and only one of them is correct.

For some reason, it's considered correct to use the structure "good morning," even though the comma isn't part of the object I'm building.

At the same time, putting the period outside of the quotes in "nice day." is actually wrong. But what if the sentence didn't originally end there? What if I want to end a sentence with a "quote from a friend?"

Why does the previous sentence have to actually officially end with a quotation mark there, instead of the question mark? The way the question mark is in with the quote makes it looks like it was originally a question, when it's just a necessity of the syntax. Why doesn't it go where I "expect it to be intuitively"?

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What is a sentence that can be drastically changed by adding quotation marks?
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