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2/5/11 Quotations “A quotation reproduces an actual part of a source, word for word, to support a statement or idea, to provide an example, to advance an argument, or to add interest or color to a discussion. The length of a quotation can range from a word or a phrase to several paragraphs. In general, quote the least amount possible that gets your point
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2/5/11 Quotation: Rules to Remember Copy the words from your source to your paper exactly as they appear in the original. Do not alter the spelling, capitalization, or punctuation of the original. If a quotation contains an obvious error, you may insert “[ sic ],” which is Latin for “so” or “thus,” to show that the error is in the original.
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2/5/11 Avoiding the Dangling Quote Quotations should blend seamlessly
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Unformatted text preview: into the writers original sentence, with the proper punctuation, so that the resulting sentence is neither ungrammatical nor awkward. Never drop a quote into a paper without a before and after. The before can consist of an introductory clause or an attributive 2/5/11 Integrating Quotations Turn to page 697 in your textbook. This page gives templates of different ways to integrate quotations into your writing. Its always important to have a variety of writing strategies for introducing and synthesizing quotes. This keeps your reader from getting bored Not 2/5/11 Quoting Techniques to Know Turn to pages 620-624. Here we will look at some strategies for quoting, some of which you may already be familiar....
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