How do you cite at the end of a quote?

How do you cite at the end of a quote?

At the end of the quote put the period after the last word of the sentence followed by the parentheses. **Note that the punctuation for the sentence goes AFTER the parenthesis. Please see the following handbook on reserve in the Library for more information: MLA Handbook.

How do you cite a quote from Wikipedia in APA?

To put an in-text citation for Wikipedia in APA, you would use the following format: (“Title of article,” n.d.) An example would be: (“World War II,” n.d.)

How do you end a sentence with a parenthesis?

Punctuation with parentheses is very similar to punctuation with quotation marks. If the information in the parentheses is a separate, complete sentence, the period at the end of the sentence goes inside the parentheses. We spent two hours at the zoo. (Most of us could have spent two hours watching the otters.)

Where do parentheses go in a sentence?

Use parentheses to enclose information that clarifies or is used as an aside. Example: He finally answered (after taking five minutes to think) that he did not understand the question. If material in parentheses ends a sentence, the period goes after the parentheses.

Should ellipses be in brackets?

If the original quotation says: You also don’t need to use the ellipsis at the end of a quote unless you are omitting words from the end of a multi-sentence quote. Use brackets around the ellipsis in this case, to show that the mark itself is not a part of the original sentence.