Correct dialogue punctuation

Which sentence is correct?
“It’s time to get ready for a picnic,” Mom said.
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“It’s time to get ready for a picnic.” Mom Said.
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Which sentence is correct?
“I would like to bring cherries,” requested Chris.
“I would like to bring cherries”, requested Chris.
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Which sentence is correct?
Alyssa exclaimed, “We could bring cake!”
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Alyssa exclaimed, “we could bring cake!”
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Which sentence is correct?
“I would like to help make sandwiches,” stated Daniel.
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“I would like to help make sandwiches”, stated Daniel.
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Which sentence is correct?
“Maybe we could bring juice,” said Nathaniel.
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“Maybe we could bring juice.” said Nathaniel.
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“Maybe we could bring juice”, said Nathaniel.
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Which sentence is correct?
Iris asked, “Will we take games to play?”
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Iris asked, “will we take games to play?”
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Iris asked, “Will we take games to play.”
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Which sentence is correct?
“That is a great idea,” Chase said.
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“That is a great idea” Chase said.
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That is a great idea, Chase said.
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Which sentence is correct?
“Do you think it will rain?” asked Ezra.
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“Do you think it will rain?,” asked Ezra.
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“Do you think it will rain?” Asked Ezra.
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Which sentence is correct?
Ryan asked, “When will we get there?”
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Ryan asked, When will we get there?
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Ryan asked, “When will we get there.”
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Which sentence is correct?
“I am so excited!” exclaimed Bristol.
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“I am so excited” exclaimed Bristol!
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“I am so excited.” exclaimed Bristol!
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