For quotes within quotes, the Americans use single quotation marks and the British use double quotation marks. Periods and commas are also opposite: inside the closing quotation mark in American style, and outside the closing quotation mark in British style.
“When I told Henry that his behavior was unacceptable, he calmly replied, ‘You have no right to judge me.'”
British style (the opposite):
‘When I told Henry that his behavior was unacceptable, he calmly replied, “You have no right to judge me”‘.
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