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Joe Staba MLA Quiz 1) The introductory or signal The words and/or phrase(s) that you want to quote The parenthetical An interpretive comment on the material you have An entry in the Works Cited list 2) 10 hard spaces 3) “We let grades count as money—we let education count as money—because money, nowadays, is the only value we know” (Vogel 340). 4) Double-spaced 5) Asked, exclaimed, said: Introductory quotes- use author’s name and title of the work 6) Author name and page number: it is called paraphrasing 7) In his novel The Stranger , Albert Camus describes…. 8) Leo points out that “Adolescence feelings of resentment, powerlessness, and revenge pour into the killing games” (Leo 360). Grammar Quiz 1) The game was over, but the crowd refused to leave. 7 coordinating conjunctions: and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so 2) Please repair all the windows
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Unformatted text preview: that are broken. 3) When Irwin was ready to eat, his cat jumped onto the table and started to purr. 4) The doctor prescribed a different medication; however, its not helping. Error is called a run-on sentence. 5) The T.V. was turned on after finishing the assignment. The error is called a faulty sentence structure. 6) In 1858, Abraham Lincoln challenged Stephen Douglas to a series of historic debates. 7) The colon can be used before a list or an explanation that is preceded by a clause that can stand by itself. 8) Everyone should bring his or her books to class. 9) There is an excellent collection of movies on TV tonight. 10) The introductory or signal, the words and/or phrase(s) that you want to quote, the parenthetical, an interpretive comment on the material you have, or an entry in the Works Cited list....
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