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"12","dog",
var "mayName";

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Variable names (identifiers) are not strings. They can contain strings as values but are not declared as strings.

This "someString" is a string literal.

This someVariableName is a variable name.

This…

var myStringVariable = "myStringValue";
console.log(myStringVariable) // myStringValue

…is a variable declared and assigned a string value.