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1. What should you do if you can't find all the needed elements for an MLA citation of an Internet source?
A. Make up the missing information.
B. Contact the website to get the missing information.
C. Omit a citation for the source.
D. List the information that you do find in the normal order and format.
The answer is option D.
2. Which of the following would not be considered plagiarism?
A. Summarizing source information and including a citation on the Works Cited page
B. Using graphs, tables, diagrams that someone else created, without citing them
C. Acknowledging a source when directly quoting but not including quotation marks
D. Submitting an essay that a friend submitted several years ago
The answer is option A.
3. It's permissible to delete a word from a direct quotation as long as you don't change the meaning of the quote. To indicate your deletion in the quote, you would
A. write the "deleted" in that space.
B. use an ellipsis to designate a deletion.
C. mark the deleted space with a comma before and after the deleted word.
D. use a hyphen in place of the deleted word or passage.
The answer is option A....
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