“quotation” is the most common word in English. I have written it down here because I don’t really know the meaning of “quotation”.
When I was a kid, my parents always told me that I should say the first thing that comes to my mind. Now I realize that my parents were wrong. You should say the first thing that comes to your mind when you write down a sentence.
The first thing that came to mind when I wrote this sentence right after I wrote this sentence was “quoting” my mom. The second thing that came to mind is “quoting” my father. The third thing that came to mind is “quoting” my brother. The fourth thing that came to mind is “quoting” my sister. And lastly, “quoting” my friends.
I think we all have our favorite quotation, and I am in the middle of writing an essay on why I believe my favorite is “The second most important thing is to have a sense of humor.” I have to admit, I feel like that’s one of my least favorite things. (It’s also the most important thing.) My favorites are probably the ones that make you smile.
So to be honest, I don’t like any sentence that ends with “And…”. I love the sentence that ends with “And…” where you never have to explain why it’s a quotation. The sentence that ends with “And…” is the kind of writing that allows you to say whatever you want without making it sound like it’s on purpose.
I hate the quote that ends with And that doesn’t end with And. Those are the two things I hate most. What I love are the ones that go with And. I love the sentence that ends with And that shows you that you’re a smartass and not a smartass.
Quotes by writers are often quoted to make their point. But I don’t know of any single writer who feels compelled to quote the entire sentence in which he started his quote. I don’t know of any writer who is that much of a jerk about it. If you want to know what I think about when I read a quote, it’s the only quote I read.
The problem with quotes is that they are short, so if you want to quote a long sentence, you have to split it up. But if you want to quote a long sentence that contains a quote, you can always just use “and” and get away with it.
Quotation is usually the part of the sentence that is quoted. In this case, I think the problem is that the sentence that I was reading was too long. The original sentence should have been about 1,500 words. Thats a long sentence. But the part that was quoted was just a few words, so I didnt want to be bothered with it. This is the same problem with quotes as well. Usually the quote is the end of the sentence.
Actually, the way that I would generally read the sentence would be to find the words that were quoted in the sentence, remove the quotes, break the sentence into smaller units, and then put everything back together. Thats not the same as the original sentence, though.