Citing

posted by .

What if I have a whole paragraph telling definitions of a word from several different sources? Do I still do a citation after every single one?

  • Citing -

    Yes, each would have to be cited.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. english

    What are the rules on citing? My teacher is requiring a citation for one of my paragraphs that is in the middle of my paper. It is a website. How do I go about citing this?
  2. English

    Can someone help me with a citation (MLA style)for citing a web-site?
  3. Art

    On the Internet, look up and list two or more definitions of the word "art" from different reliable sources. Be sure to properly quote and cite these definitions. See the "Resource Links" (in Course Materials for this unit) for useful …
  4. English

    I am asked to describe the "syntax" of a book I am reading. I have looked up several definitions of the word and still do not understand what it means.
  5. Comm155

    Need help changing my passive voice words in my academic paragraph... In comparing paragraphs one and two, the flow and comprehension of paragraph two was much better. In paragraph one the author seemed to just be telling the facts …
  6. English

    In MLA (version 7), how do cite a textbook in a works cited page?
  7. English

    1. what sources should you include in your works cited list?
  8. citing on a research paper

    Hi, I am a bit confused on how and when to cite sources on my research paper. For example, I have a small paragraph where I got the statistics from a website but I put it into my own words. So do I put a ( ) after each sentence or …
  9. Turabian Citation

    For citing using the Turabian or Chicago format, do you have to put a subscript and a footnote at the end of every sentence?
  10. research and MLA citation

    Which of the following would not be considered plagiarism?

More Similar Questions