Or, you may be considering the readability and transitions from one sentence to the next.
For example, if you ended the previous sentence with “Palladino and Wade,” you would probably not want to begin the next with “Palladino and Wade,” which would rule out Example 5.
Generally speaking, the absolute minimum is three quotes per paragraph but you should not your paragraphs either.
Overcrowding your essay with too many quotations will lead to failure to develop your ideas, as well as your work appearing too convoluted for your assessor.
We’re happy that the blog now allows us to provide additional examples.
Today I have an illustration of how you may write a sentence in a variety of ways and still be following perfect APA Style.
The discussion on quotations in this study guide can be applied to all three areas of study in the VCAA English course which have been explained in detail in our: Ultimate Guide to VCE Text Response, Comparative, and Language Analysis.
A quotation is the repetition of a group of words taken from a text by someone other than the original author.
Quotations, better known though their abbreviation as ‘quotes’, are a form of evidence used in VCE essays.
Using quotations in essays helps to demonstrate your knowledge of the text, as well as providing solid evidence for your arguments.