Which of the following is true whether you use a direct quote or an indirect quote?
You must use quotation marks to indicate the evidence.
You must use an internal citation to indicate the source.
You must use the exact words even with any of its errors.
You must use a capital letter at the beginning of the quote.
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d is wrong
Thanks for helping me
c is... right
I think its B
I think B because
I think it's B. Only a direct quote needs quotations. An indirect quote is a paraphrase, so it is the opposite of C. And I doubt you have to use a capital letter. I think it is usually italicized. So B, to show your reference.
a is wrong
b is right
so yeah, i'd go with c or b
ah, ok, i just remember u can misquote the spelling mistakes if u use (sic)