Which sentence correctly uses commas to separate narration from the quotation? “Prior to entering the Great Hall”,

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Which sentence correctly uses commas to separate narration from the quotation?

“Prior to entering the Great Hall”, directed the docent “,all cell phones must be turned off.”

“Prior to entering the Great Hall” directed the docent, “all cell phones must be turned off.”

“Prior to entering the Great Hall,” directed the docent “all cell phones must be turned off.”

“Prior to entering the Great Hall,” directed the docent, “all cell phones must be turned off.”

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2022-04-15T07:37:26+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Arianna
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    2022-04-15T07:39:05+00:00

    Answer:

    D

    Explanation:

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  2. Valerie
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    2022-04-15T07:39:22+00:00

    “Prior to entering the Great hall,” directed the docent, “all cell phones must be turned off. I hope this helps

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