In American English, we end a quotation with punctuation INSIDE the quotation marks. “Like this.” And we use double quotation marks. And if you use quotation marks in the middle of a sentence around a word or phrase, always use double quotation marks.
In British English, quotation marks are often called inverted commas, and they use the single inverted commas more often than not. A quotation also has punctuation OUTSIDE the quotation marks. ‘Like this’.