In-Text Citations – with an Author “Quote from the article goes inside quotation marks. A comma comes at the end of the quote before the citations, and period goes at the very end of the sentence ” (Author Pg#) Example: “See this is easy,” (Smith 655). . ,
In-Text Citations – without an Author “When there is no author, you put the title of the article inside quotation marks. All other punctuation marks are the same ” ( Title of the Article ) Example: “Easy as apple pie,” (“Life Happens Because of You”). , “ . .”
Reeeeeeeeeeally Long Quotes “When the quote you want to use is very long, . ellipses may be used to shorten it. Remember, if it is important DON’T cut it out. All punctuation and citation format remains the same,” (“Long Quotes”). …
Introducing Quotes • The First time you use that source you MUST introduce the source: • According to Professor Smith from Harvard Law, “The famous Chicago lawyer Clarence Darrow defended Scopes brilliantly at the trail,” (283). • The Second time a introduction is NOT necessary: • “Darrow is a professional when it comes to reading the jury,” (Smith, 283). • *Note all citation information is still present.
Tags or Phrases to Introduce Quotes: • According to Professor Smith from Harvard Law, “The famous Chicago lawyer Clarence Darrow defended Scopes brilliantly at the trail,” (283). • Professor Smith acknowledges, “The……. • Don’t forget the comma after your quote introduction.