How to quote someone in an essay.
1. Quoting someone while mentioning his/her designation. Is it okay to sayMr.XYZ, a research analyst at Blah Blah, says, “I am good.”2. An anonymous quote? Is it okay to sayAs the popular adage goes, “Life is good.”ORAs the popular saying goes, “Life is good.“
All of them are correct, but at the end of the sentence, the period should not be inside the quote, and after the quotations, you should have the page number or author’s last name inside parentheses. Afterwards, you complete the quote by placing the period after the parentheses.eg. “quote” (page number of book or last name of author)(put period here)Mr. XYZ, a research analyst at Blah Blah, says, “I am good” (Gates).
Books & Authors: When mentioning an artist/band in an essay how should the name be written.
I want to mention Bon Jovi in my essay, and a few of his songs, but I unsure how to type the title of the songs and his name. How should it be done?
Well, first of all Bon Jovi is made up of 4 band members so Bon Jovi is ‘they’ not ‘he’ (‘he’ is JON Bon Jovi).As for how to mention them, well i’d just put, for example, Bon Jovi’s Living On A Prayer. Or maybe You Give Love A Bad Name by Bon Jovi. I would capitalise each word ….but that’s not to say that that’s the right thing to do lol
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How to reference a website in an essay.
How do you reference a website with no author in an essay? I’m not talking about the works cited page. I mean like, for example, the book I am using is Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser so if I were to quote the book in my essay I’d put like (Schlosser 112) at the end of the sentence. But how would I do…
It sounds like you are trying to format an MLA Citation.Here’s what the Purdue OWL has to say -Citing non-print or sources from the InternetWith more and more scholarly work being posted on the Internet, you may have to cite research you have completed in virtual environments. While many sources on the Internet should not be used for scholarly work (reference the OWL’s Evaluating Sources of Information resource), some Web sources are perfectly acceptable for research. When creating in-text citations for electronic, film, or Internet sources, remember that your citation must reference the source in your Works Cited.Sometimes writers are confused with how to craft parenthetical citations for electronic sources because of the absence of page numbers, but often, these sorts of entries do not require any sort of parenthetical citation at all. For electronic and Internet sources, follow the following guidelines:Include in the text the first item that appears in the Work Cited entry that corresponds to the citation (e.g. author name, article name, website name, film name).You do not need to give paragraph numbers or page numbers based on your Web browser’s print preview function.Unless you must list the Web site name in the signal phrase in order to get the reader to the appropriate entry, do not include URLs in-text. Only provide partial URLs such as when the name of the site includes, for example, a domain name, like CNN.com or Forbes.com as opposed to writing out http://www.cnn.com or http://www.forbes.com.The simplest way is to cite the website in the text of the sentence if you are unable to locate an author.- E. Ponder, Librarian @ East Texas Baptist University
Is it bad to mention yourself in an essay.
We recently read a book about refugees for english and we have to write an essay BUT they essay isn’t necessarily about the book – it’s about if a text can or cannot change an opinion of the world and our views on the hardships of others.Would it be bad if i mentioned myself? I want to say how it…
Good question.It’s best if you don’t use yourself as a point of argument. Meaning, you shouldn’t write or argue “this book can change opinions because it changed my opinion.” Because it sounds like you’re just endorsing your own point with yourself.But it’s perfectly fine to use things like “I believe” in an essay. Like “I believe that this book had a very profound effect on Kennedy’s political philosophy.” That’s what you’re arguing, isn’t it? Your essay is comprised of opinions of a person, and that person is you, right?Authors mention themselves all the time, but they NEVER use themselves as a point to prove or say something. That’s just bad form.Good luck on your essay.
Mentioning ideas in an essay.
Okay, so I’m writing an essay/summary on a book, but I’m kind of confused. In my introduction, i mention the 2 ideas my essay/summary will be based on, but, when i start writing the second paragraph(the body) i realize its better to start off with the 2nd idea i mentioned. SO, the question is, is this ok…
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How to correctly mention a book or dictionary in an essay that’s MLA format.
If I have the title of a book or dictionary referenced several times throughout an essay, should I have the title italicized? I’m not quoting anything from the source, just mentioning it’s name.E.G. The Merriam Webster Dictionary is a great dictionary.Would I italicize, or put in quotes,…
check out either of these websites:http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/mlahttp://ia.juniata.edu/citation/mla/mla02.htm#ex1hope that helps. =)
How to make citations in an essay.
how do you cite in an essay? Pleas respond!!!
In-text citations is pretty simple really. It all just really depends on what type of source you are using.Books:- If you are using books as your citations then you will put whatever you quoted from the book in quotation marks. In parenthesis beside the quotation you will put the authors last name and the page number. However, if you state the authors name in the sentence then you won’t need to include the author’s name in the parenthesis, just the page number. Example: In Suzy McKee Charnas’ book, The Vampire Tapestry, Dr. Weyland is not interested in sex and when asked a question about it during a lecture he replies “you are mixing dinner up with sex” (38). Since the author (Suzy McKee Charnas) was mentioned in the sentence you didn’t have to include her last name in the parenthesis. However, here’s an example of including the author’s name in the parenthesis. Example: In The Vampire Tapestry, Dr. Weyland is not interested in sex and when asked a question about it during a lecture he replies “you are mixing dinner up with sex” (Charnas 38).Website:- Quoting a website is much the same as a book. You generally wouldn’t include a page number, unless it was a PDF file or a multiple page website that is numbered. If there are multiple authors, include the last name of each. If there is no author, then include the title of the web page.There are other sources that can used in citations, like movies/TV shows, interviews, etc. but the two most common citations in papers are websites and books, so those are the ones that I explained.Don’t forget to also make a works cited page, which is different than in-text citations. I would suggest using an online generator for that. I like using this website: http://elementary.oslis.org/resources/cm… . There’s other sites out there as well, like easybib.com and owl.english.purdue.edu/
How to cite a book with publishers but no author IN an essay / research paper.
I have to write a research paper, but the book I’m using doesn’t have an author – just a publisher… which is JIST publishing. how would i cite it IN an essay? I know how to cite it on the works cited already. I just don’t know how to do an In-Text Citation with it. Help, please?
Mention the name of the book in your quote: “According to This Book, there is evidence that…blah blah blah.”Then close the citation with (Publisher, Pages).I’d take a close look to see if an editor is listed. If so, use the editor’s name in place of the author (Author, Pages).
How do you properly mention a book in an essay.
Do you say:According to his work seen in Today by John Smith, we are all human.Do I underline the book name Today?
You italicize the title of a book. If you are using an old typewriter, which doesn’t have italics, you underline it, but I assume you have a word processor and can make italic letters.You do NOT put it in inverted commas (quotation marks). That’s for titles of articles, short stories, and other things, but not whole books.
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