Alright people, You've already been a ton of help to me, so I am going to throw this one at you. I am told that there should be quotation marks for each work spoken or mind spoken sentence. Is this a given throughout the document or are there times when one at the beginning of a paragraph and one at the end suffices for the speaker provided it is non -stop speech. Is it proper to always put quotations marks around two spoken sentences if they are broken by a "he said or she said" or can you just put them at the beginning and end of the conversation. I have heard that too many quotation marks distract the reader. Just wanting to get this right this time. I am sure this is answered in the forum somewhere but I doubt my lifespan would allow me that much time to find it. Have a nice day everyone and be sure to smile. Makes people wonder what your up to. There is no end, only another beginning.