Which of the following correctly identifies the conventions for using quotations in a research essay?
A. Quotations of 10 lines or less are set off by quotation marks. Longer quotations are introduced by a colon, set off by double-spacing, and indented one inch. B. Quotations of 4 lines or more are set off by quotation marks. Shorter quotations are introduced by a colon, set off by double-spacing, and indented one […]Read More
I am not sure how to start in my IELTS essay and report.Read More
I’m writing an essay for admission to music school and I need to indicate that I’ve performed in some musicals-so would I say, “I played Fantine” or “I was Fantine”? Or is there another way to say it? Thank you so much!Read More
I mean the ponctuation and structure of the sentences. Dont be surprised, I’m very religious.In summary, remember this short quote; evil produces evil, love produces love, and arguments produce arguments. I encourage, let’s not look for the one who caused the problem, but look for the one is mighty to fix the problem. In fact, […]Read More