I go to chapter 46 and start looking for the keyword

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I go to chapter 46, and start looking for the Keyword “MLA” which is contained in the chapter 46, then look for in-text citations located in the 46.1 section. 2. You can’t decide whether to use that or which in a sentence. First, I looked into the table of content, then I look into the glossary of usage, I found about that, which and who, and it says that “that” is always introducing an essential clause, whereas “which” can introduce both essential and nonessential clauses, page 785. 3. You need pointers for writing the introduction for your essay. First, looked for introduction related things on the punctuation section of the table of content, there I found introductory elements, in section 28.3 of the book. 4. You can’t decide whether to use rise or raise as the verb in your sentence. Go to the table of content Go to glossary of usage which possibly contains the information I need Found raise and rise: raise means lift or bring up whereas rise means get up and does not take an object. 5. You need to know how to write a business letter. Go to table of content looking for letter related topics Found sample business letter in page 224 6. You’re confused about the difference between affect and effect .
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look in the table of content go to the glossary of usage Found affect and affect in page 771: Usually affect is a verb, meaning “to influence,” and effect is a noun, meaning “result”. 7. You need to know whether to put a comma before and in the phrase environment, `politics and society. Look for comma in the table of content Found that there’s a use of a comma before “and” section. Found that a comma it’s okay because were coordinating a conjunction between clauses 8. You need to know if the period goes before or after the quotation marks at the end of a direct quotation.
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