- 1 How do you put multiple quotes in one sentence MLA?
- 2 How do you quote multiple quotes in one sentence?
- 3 How do you join two quotes together?
- 4 How do you quote multiple pages?
- 5 How do you quote a separate sentence?
- 6 What are blocked quotes?
- 7 How do you split a quote?
- 8 How do you use two quotes in a sentence?
- 9 How do you quote a paper smoothly?
- 10 What are three techniques you can use to blend quotations into your own writing?
- 11 How do you in text cite two pages MLA?
- 12 How do you quote multiple parts of a paragraph?
How do you put multiple quotes in one sentence MLA?
If your references/quotes run concurrent to each other, you can use one citation at the end, i.e., (Smith 23, 32). This works best with direct quotes because it indicates that the first quote is from page 23 and the second from 32. The cited text must directly follow each other.
How do you quote multiple quotes in one sentence?
For a direct quotation of two or more sentences with the attribution at the beginning of the first sentence, put a colon, not a comma, after the attribution and place the quotation in double quotation marks. She said: “ The motorcycle slid sideways and skidded about 100 feet. The driver was killed.”
How do you join two quotes together?
Quotes in quotes: For quotes within quotes, use single quote marks, both opening and closing, for the internal quote. If both quotes end together, you would end with a single quote mark and double quotes marks.
How do you quote multiple pages?
If you are directly quoting from a work, you will need to include the author, year of publication, and page number for the reference (preceded by “p.” for a single page and “pp.” for a span of multiple pages, with the page numbers separated by an en dash).
How do you quote a separate sentence?
An Ellipsis for a Quotation Spanning Multiple Sentences Use four ellipsis points (rather than three) to indicate any omission between two sentences. The first point indicates the period at the end of the first sentence quoted, and the three spaced ellipsis points follow.
What are blocked quotes?
The block quote is used for direct quotations that are longer than four lines of prose, or longer than three lines of poetry. A block quote is always used when quoting dialogue between characters, as in a play. The block format is a freestanding quote that does not include quotation marks.
How do you split a quote?
A quote can be split by the attribution – the who said. You have to decide whether the 2nd half is a full sentence or not. If the 2nd half is a continuation of the quote, then don’t use a capital. If the 2nd half is a sentence by itself, then use a capital.
How do you use two quotes in a sentence?
Rule 1. Use double quotation marks to set off a direct (word-for-word) quotation. Correct: “I hope you will be here,” he said. Incorrect: He said that he “hoped I would be there.” (The quotation marks are incorrect because hoped I would be there does not state the speaker’s exact words.)
How do you quote a paper smoothly?
The following general steps address how to properly integrate a quotation into an essay.
- Step 1: Introduce the Author of the Quotation.
- Step 2: State the Quotation.
- Step 3: Summarize the Quotation.
- Step 4: Analyze the Quotation.
- Step 5: State the Quotation’s Relevance to Your Argument.
What are three techniques you can use to blend quotations into your own writing?
There are three strategies you can use to embed quotations: set off quotations, build in quotations, or introduce quotations with a colon. Set-off quotations are set off from the sentence with a comma. Capitalize the first word of the quote. Notice the signal phrases (in bold print) used in the following examples.
How do you in text cite two pages MLA?
When you have two citations for the same author in one sentence, usually quotes from two different pages, you can combine them in one citation at the end of the sentence like this: (Ibsen 1700, 1704).
How do you quote multiple parts of a paragraph?
If, in one paragraph, you list multiple quotes from the same page of a source, there is no need to cite that source anew each time. Use just one reference instead, placed after the last of your quotes (or perhaps at the end of the paragraph) to sum up the shared source of all your quotes.