Here is a part of self-introduction of an English proof reader born and educated in the UK.
I like to encourage students as much as possible, I am here to help and I want to get the best out of our customers. I want them to feel comfortable working with me and students must never get upset by my corrections, they are there to help, I never want to embarrass the student or make them feel they have lost confidence in carrying on learning the subject.
I copied it from the website and pasted it here.
I’m wondering if the usage of quotations is correct.
After the word “corrections”, there is a comma, not a period, but it looks like the sentence ends there and a new sentence “they are there to help” begins. Shouldn’t there be a period, not a comma? I kind of think a new sentence should begin with a capital “They”.
The same thing can be said about the next sentence, “I never want to…” This is an independent sentence.
I’m not so good with quotations, but is this usage correct?