Hello, As the subject line says, I'm wanting to know when an apostrophe goes inside a quotation mark and when it doesn't. For a long time I've struggled on this and I've gotten a variety of answers. I once even asked a long-time professor at my university and she couldn't tell me! One person told me that if whatever is in the apostrophes makes a complete sentence, then it goes inside. But if it's part of something else, then it goes outside. Maybe I already knwo the answer, but whenever I read books, I look at how it's done and notice that the authors don't seem to know which way it is either. So here's an example of what I mean: "Do you think that she could be 'the one?"' Thoughts? Thanks.