you may also wish to note that the "(" and ")" in your question are "parentheses" rather than "brackets"
Don't be so dogmatic! I don't know where the original poster is from, but in everyday speech (and indeed punctuation manuals) in the UK "(" and ")" are indeed called "brackets"; the same may well be true in other places. The word "parentheses" is known in the UK, but it's rarely heard and somebody using it risks sounding pretentious.
Likewise, what you call "speech marks" are (if I understand you correctly) "quotation marks" or, loosely and idiomatically, "double quotes"
"Speech marks" is also a commonly understood term in the UK.
TMTOWTDI! Other people may come from cultures which use different terms for some things. That's OK — as human beings we can cope with occasionally having to take a second longer to read an unfamiliar phrase. It certainly doesn't mean that 'your' terms are 'right' and the other person's are 'wrong'.