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English, 18.05.2021 18:20, ivethzurita0425

Which sentence is punctuated correctly? 1. "Do you suppose," she asked, "that you could meet me for lunch"?

2. Do you suppose, she asked, "that you could meet me for lunch"?

3."Do you suppose," she asked, "that you could meet me for lunch?"

4."Do you suppose?" she asked, "that you could meet me for lunch?

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