Posts Tagged ‘mention’

What are some books about the Aztecs that mention human sacrifice?

I’m doing a report and I have to write up a 2 page essay. I checked out this book at the library and it’s full of long words are confusing sentences. Any books that seem understandable for a middle school student that talk about human sacrifice?

When you mention well known book titles in an essay, do you need to cite?

Do I need to cite, in an APA paper, a reference to a title or character in a well known book, if used for descriptive purposes only?For example, if I said: “he was as elusive as Moby Dick” or “not even the magic of Harry Potter could solve this problem.”Etc. or is this type of […]

If you are using MLA format for an essay, then how do you mention a chapter from one of your sources?

Is it in quotation marks, underlined, or italicized?

Teen pregnancy – okay to mention on college application?

I’m currently a high school senior applying to colleges. During my junior year, I got pregnant. I knew that I wasn’t ready to raise a child by myself, so I chose adoption for my daughter. Even though I obviously had a rocky junior year, I have otherwise been an excellent student. I have a 2080 […]

In my application essays for a study abroad program in China, should I not mention my faith?

I am applying for a study abroad program in Beijing, China, because I want to improve my Chinese to be able to go on missions and interact with the people in Chinese. But considering China prohibits missionaries and evangelism, should I omit everything I say about going to China to spread my faith?

In an essay, when you mention an article do you underline, italicize, or put parentheses?

Put the article title in quotations.And just for fuiture reference:Book titles are underlined or itlicized while chapters get quotations. Movies are underlined or itilicized. While scenes would be in qotations.Basically as a rule of thumb I use, the little parts of something bigger go in quotations while the bigger thing gets underlined or italicized.