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  • one year ago

when is it appropriate to use [sic] in a quotation?

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  1. anonymous
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    Are there options?

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    A. when a quotation contains nonstandard grammar or an error in spelling. B. when you are unsure of the source of the quote. C. when the quote is from a translation of the original quote.

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    A.

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    are you positive ?

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    Yes, Sic in square brackets is an editing term used with quotations or excerpts. It means “that’s really how it appears in the original.” It is used to point out a grammatical error, misspelling, misstatement of fact, or, as above, the unconventional spelling of a name.

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    do you know the answer to this> Identify the correct MLA format for the citation of a website source.

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    What are the choices?

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    A. "understanding Walden" Lynch, Micheal. AmLitForum. 25 June 2008. Web. 10 July 2010. B. Lynch, Micheal. "understanding Wales" AmLitForum. 25 June 2008. Web. C. Lynch, Micheal. "Understanding Walden" AmLitForum. 25 June 2008. Web.10 July 2010

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    C.

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    thank you !!!

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    You're welcome! :) Can I have a medal?

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