Okay, so I have written a story and I asked a kind denizen of the internet to proofread it for me. He found my grammar to be correct for the most part, but there was one certain thing that deviated from how I remember it to be. Basically, I've been brought up with that when you write dialogue, there is a comma between a spoken sentence and a sentence containing a speaking verb. To us an example: I originally wrote it like this: "Well, in that case, it's a good thing your brother found you. Good job, son," her father complemented him. He assured me it should be like this: "Well, in that case, it's a good thing your brother found you. Good job, son." her father complemented him. Before I go about changing the grammar of my story, I want to make sure he's correct (he was very adamant he was).