What are Reference Materials?. Reference materials are resources used to help you find information that you need. There are two main types of resources: Primary and Secondary. Primary Sources. Primary sources are ones that have a firsthand relationship to the topic.
There are two main types of resources: Primary and Secondary
relationship to the topic.
In addition to the pronunciation of a word, the number of syllables, origin of the word, part of speech and numbered meaning are also given.
noun \ˈdik-shə-ˌner-ē, -ˌne-rē\
1: a reference source in print or electronic form containing words usually alphabetically arranged along with information about their forms, pronunciations, functions, etymologies, meanings, and syntactical and idiomatic uses
Synonyms:blabby, chatty, conversational, gabby, garrulous, talkative, motormouthed, mouthy, talky
Antonyms:closemouthed, laconic, reserved, reticent, taciturn, tight-lipped, uncommunicative
7. Your must have a primary source of information for your civics report on local government. Where do you find that information?
A. A local newspaper
B. An encyclopedia
C. An interview with the mayor
D. An issue of Time magazine
8. Where would you find the page number for the chapter on urban government?
A. The bibliography page
B. The table of content
C. The glossary
D. The footnotes
A. Table of content
C. Bibliography or works cited page
A. In a dictionary C. In the bibliography
B. In the footnotes D. In the appendix