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", or a quotation mark, is a thing used by Americans to show when someone is saying something. In British usage, it means a reader is experiencing double vision and should see an ophthalmologist immediately.

Since you have to use one in front of and one behind every quoted passage, you should buy the large economy size of quotation marks whenever you can. Since they are just made of un-electrons on your laptop or phone, they don't take much space to store until needed.