References Elf Quotes In Brackets
Elf quotes – Make a reference in brackets requires the student to create three basic elements of the text of the quotes. The introduction is usually the first part of the quote and must explain the source of it, providing a brief description. So the quotes, or part of outside information that is being used, must accompany the rest of the sentence.
The student then introduces the parentheses at the end of it and put in the first item of the cited work list. This item must be the author or, if there is no author, the title of the source and, if applicable, the page number where the information is.
1. Find a reliable Elf quotes and relevant information to use. This information will form the quote, which can be a phrase, a sentence or a number of sentences. Note the page number if using a book or other source.
2. Decide how you want to enter the quote. A standard method is the use of the words “according to” and then cites the source with a brief description. For a fictitious example, the introduction of the quote can be read: According to Owl, the mascot of Purdue Online Writing Lab,
3. Add to Elf quotes. Based on the example above, would look like this: According to Owl, the mascot of Purdue Online Writing Lab, “Notations in parentheses are amazing”