A common mistake is to write a sentence without a quote, rather than an introduction, or an introduction that is shorter than the main quotation.
It can seem obvious but it is often a mistake that can cause confusion and anger.
The correct approach is to quote the opening line of the main quote.
This is called the opening quote, and it is usually placed in front of the quotation.
The first sentence in a paragraph can be an opening quotation if it follows a sentence in the main text.
The last sentence of a paragraph should be an introduction if it is a paragraph or a section.
The title of a quotation can be the main title of the paragraph.
It is important to remember that an opening quote should always be followed by the closing quote.
A paragraph can end with the closing paragraph.
The closing paragraph of a single paragraph is the last sentence in that paragraph.
If the first sentence of the first paragraph is a quotation, the last line of a sentence after the closing quotation should be a quotation.
If you are not sure how to use quotation, check out the ABC’s website’s quotation advice article.