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    frogboxer is offline Junior Member
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    Default British Punctuation - Part 2

    Per British punctuation...

    Does the punctuation work in the sentence below - yes or no?

    I hate her 'Where have you been?' and 'Have you been cheating on me?' questions.

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    Default Re: British Punctuation - Part 2

    Yes

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