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    Default Which is correct?

    Hello I could use some help with this please.
    Which is the correct usage?

    Don't bother me, implored Ann.
    OR
    Don't bother me, Ann implored.

    Please explain the rule for it too.
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Which is correct?

    I prefer ann implored.

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    Default Re: Which is correct?

    Smelvanzq,
    Thank you for your answer. But, does that mean when you say "prefer" that either way would be correct?

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