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  • Before, and no full stop needed, like this - "What are you doing?"
  • It goes inside the quote marks. And you put a comma after 'said' And there is a full stop of the paragraph unless he is 'doing' something. The correct way to do it singular is: He said, "What are you doing?" The correct way to do it with continuation is: He said, "What are you doing?" Then he reached and picked up the knife.
  • He said, "What are you doing?"

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