"You can call me Annie." she said.
"You can call me Annie," she said.
Period or comma?
"You can call me Annie" she said. It a direct quote and doesn't need a period or comma.
You do need the comma.
"You can call me Annie," she said
Comma, you idiot. Have you never ever read a book that contained dialogue? Why are you so fcuking stupid?
Need a period? Need a comma? Need both? Here:
She said, "You can call me Annie."
Same-same, either way; it's a comma because it quotes what the narrator is saying.
The quotation marks are just to show what the narrator is quoting in his/her comment.
The second one is correct, dudette
The first one correct.
The first is incorrect. The second is correct.
"You can call me Annie" she said.