Coleridge, again, whose natural abilities, and some of whose preformances, are probably more remarkable than those of any other modern critic, cannot be estimated as an intelligence completely free. (Eliot, The Perfect Critic)
if you should include a part of this quote in an essay, which one is best?
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Are there options?
I'm not in the question anymore. I'll have to wait until I get to it. do you know the answer to this one though>>
which statement is true about using an ellipsis?
A. Remove the period of you are using a section from the end of a sentence.
B. use it in the beginning or ending of the quotation.
C. Retain the original punctuation marks.
Ellipsis- The act of leaving out one or more words that are not necessary for a phrase to be understood. Does that help you pick out the answer?
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Yes, that's what I would go with.
oh help me on this one please 😛
which choice correctly follows the MLA style format in placing the ellipsis?
A. In her concluding remarks, the opposing counsel said that "I would rather comment [...] in this and so many other instances, step wrongs won't make a right."
B. In her concluding remarks, the opposing counsel said that "I would rather comment...in this and so many other instances, step wrongs won't make a right."
C.In her concluding remarks, the opposing counsel said that "I would rather comment"..."in this and so many other instances, step wrongs won't make a right."
I'd say B.
help me with this one?
when is it appropriate to use [sic] in a quotation ?
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.