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Cite the reference carefully. He will cite the professor's article in his report.
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"The teacher told the students to cite their sources for their report."
The question (including the question mark) should be placed in quotation marks.
A good sentence with cite used can be :The letters offer no reasons why or how the companies may have misled shareholders other than to cite a Federal Court decision that says.
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if your talking about citing for a school class, it is when you quote a sentence or passage froma website, and you put that sentence in quotation marks, then put the author of the article's last name and the page number
When you write about a court case, you must follow a very specific format when you cite the judge's ruling, or cite any of the other papers associated with the case.
It is not quite clear what you mean ... If you are thinking of the kind of situation where one source is quoted by another, use something along these lines: Weinstein (1955), as quoted by Smithaars (2007: 141).
As long as you cite your source, it is not considered plagiarism. But most teachers do not allow you to copy a page, even if you cite it.
The proper way to cite the title of a song in a sentence is to put the title in quotation marks. You would also put articles, essays, TV episode titles, and book chapters in quotation marks. Conversely, to cite other things in a sentence such as books and magazines, websites, TV shows, paintings, and plays, you would need to italicize instead.
I would like to cite your excerpt in my manuscript.