Question 3 of 10
What is the correct MLA style to cite an article from the online databases?
[removed]A.Last name, First name. “Title of Article.” Name of Journal in Italics volume.Issue (Year): Pages. Print.
[removed]B.Last name, First name. “Title of Article.” Name of Journal in Italics volume.Issue (Year): Pages. Database title in italics. Web. Date accessed. (correct answer)
[removed]C.Last name, First name. (Year). Title of article in lower case letters after the first word. Title of journal in italics. Volume (issue). Pages.
[removed]D.Last name, First name. Title of Article in Italics. “Name of Journal.” volume.Issue (Year): Pages. Print.
Question 5 of 10
How do you cite an article in-text MLA style, if the you mention the author’s last name in the text of your sentence, and the source you are using is not paginated.
[removed]A.Put only the author’s last name in the parentheses. (correct answer)
[removed]B.Put the author’s last name in parentheses, along with the number 1.
[removed]C.There is no need for an in-text citation in this case because you have mentioned the name of the author in the sentence and the article is not paginated.
[removed]D.Put the author’s last name and the title of the article in parentheses.
Question 6 of 10
What is wrong with this website: www.dictionary.com?
[removed]A.It is biased. (correct answer)
[removed]B.It uses statistics.
[removed]C.There is nothing wrong with this website.
[removed]D.This website only gives a cursory overview about a subject.
Question 7 of 10
A scholarly source has which of following attributes:
[removed]A.Usually does not have an author.
[removed]B.Often contains advertisements.
[removed]C.Uses formal language appropriate for a professional or academic audience. (correct answer)
[removed]D.Contained biased language.
Question 8 of 10
If you were writing about global warming, what is an example of a primary source?
[removed]A.An interview with a scientist. (correct answer)
[removed]B.A YouTube video created by a college class.
[removed]C.An excerpt from a popular movie.
[removed]D.A scholarly article on global warming in an academic journal.
Question 9 of 10
You want to use a quotation from a scientist. However, you found this quotation from in an article written by another person. How would you cite this quotation?
[removed]A.Put N/A in parentheses.
[removed]B.Put the title of the article in parentheses.
[removed]C.Put the scientist’s name in parentheses.
[removed]D.Introduce the scientist within the context of your sentence, add the quotation, and then, in parentheses write (qtd. in Author’s last name page). (correct answer)
The original text is as follows (story written by Candace Otem): It was a dark and angry night. As I opened the door, the bats flew quickly past my head.
Which of the following is cited correctly?
[removed]A.Otem explains that “the bats flew quickly past my head.”
[removed]B.It was a dark and angry night. As I opened the door, the bats flew quickly past my head. (Otem) (correct answer)
[removed]C.It was a “dark and angry night.” (Otem)
[removed]D.It was a terribly dark evening. She opened the door, and saw that bats flew quickly past her head (Otem).
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