In American English, the following sentences correctly use the punctuation.
She told me "Don't talk to me like that!"
She told me "I love you."
When I hear "she is coming," I run in the opposite direction.
How would the translation in Italian of those sentences use the punctuation? In particular:
- Should I add a period after the quote in the first example?
- Is it correct to put the period inside the quote as in the second example?
- Does the comma in the third example go inside or outside the quote?