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english Quotes___In-text_Citations - Integrating Quotes...

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Integrating Quotes into Papers Remember, any time you use information that is not common knowledge or is borrowed from a source (whether you quote it directly or paraphrase), you MUST cite it! Quotes as Statements The author states, “The education system needs reform” (Smith 25). “The education system needs reform,” the author states (Smith 25). Smith states, “The education system needs reform” (25). * Quotes as Questions The author questions, “Does the education system need reform?” (Smith 25). “Does the education system need reform?” the author questions (Smith 25). Smith questions, “Does the education system need reform?” (25). * Quotes as Exclamations The author exclaims, “We need radical change NOW!” (Smith 25). “We need radical change NOW!” exclaims the author (Smith 25). Smith exclaims, “We need radical change NOW!” (25). * * There’s no need to include the author’s name in these citation since he was directly referenced in the sentence. Two Quotes in One Sentence w/ Same Page Number
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