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I want to put a quote at the very beginning of my essay. How do I go about doing that? Should it be the same or a smaller font than the rest of my essay?
I'm planning on putting the quote, then starting a new paragraph to begin the actual essay. Should I center it? Skip how many lines between it and my first paragraph? My entire essay is double-spaced.
Thanks for any help in advance.

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    I'd use the same font for the quotation, but of course enclose it in quotation marks. No additional spacing is needed.

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    Ok. Thank you!

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    Oh, wait- should I center it?

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    How long is the quotation? How many sentences?

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    Two sentences.

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    Then follow Ms. Sue's directions above -- and don't center it.

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    All right. Thank you.

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    DO NOT CENTER!!!!!!

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    Like an appetizer for a meal, the introductory paragraph sets up the reader’s palate and gives him a foretaste of what is to come. Well, there are general tips for citing quotes, why don't you use them? In case you would need some professional help, I would recommend you to contact Supreme essay service. Those guys are real professionals in what they do. So if you want you can definitely give them a try.

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