Guess what? I just found another way to indicate indent line of the citations in your Works Cited list yesterday, and it was so cool and simple. Usually, to indent, we have to do many steps manually: entering the second line, pressing Tab button, and modifying other lines if any. Sounds complicated, right? Now, there's … Continue reading New discover for your Works Cited work!!!!!!
Some of you still have the problem of using incorrect in-text citations, and some of you still don't have any ideas about it. This post will help you distinguish the difference between citations in Works Cited page and in-text citations. Why do we need citations? Usually, your ideas are not originally from you. They might … Continue reading Citation VS In-text citation
Unfortunately, some of you still make some mistakes in Header, Heading, and Title, so I create this post to remind some important points that can help you remember every time you type your essay in MLA style. BEFORE you write your essay, please make sure about these parts are completely done. Header On the top … Continue reading Review Header, Heading, and Title
Since I have been seeing many of you having the same mistakes in formatting, this is the check list you have to remember to write/type an appropriate academic essay in MLA style. Before you start to write/type your academic essay, please be sure that these following steps are completely done. 1/ Heading Follow this order: This … Continue reading Check list before writing an academic essay in MLA style
Works Cited is not so hard, but it's quite complicated to remember. Thus, I got some quick reviews about it for you. I hope that will help. These are some tips you can use for Microsoft Word. I don't use Pages or Google Doc so I cannot show you clearly how to do with Works … Continue reading How to do with Works Cited