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Quotation 1. Separate QUOTATION 2. Integrated QUOTATION 3. Using ellipsis
Quotation Reference: Types of quotation & punctuation: tabank/Marguerite/SSW3.htm tabank/Marguerite/SSW3.htm Verbs to use; proper format and varying sentence structure. tabank/Marguerite/SSW2.htm tabank/Marguerite/SSW2.htm
Separated Quotation St. Paul declared, "It is better to marry than to burn." In his first epistle to the Corinthians, St. Paul commented on lust: "It is better to marry than to burn. (a separate unit of the sentence.) Robyn s: She says, I took all my notebooks, all my manuscripts and ate them page by page, so I could take my words with me. It s like she stresses on receive ideas and mental elements, and rejects materials like dresses and jeans.
Separated vs. Integrated Quotation (2) Separated : She says, I took all my notebooks, all my manuscripts and ate them page by page, so I could take my words with me, which means that she stresses preserving ideas and mental elements, while rejecting materials like dresses and jeans. Integrated: While rejecting material things such as dresses and jeans, she guards her own words to such a degree that she eats her notebook page by page, so [she] could take [her] words with [her].
Ellipsis Improper: Besides, in this is my greatest performance and all of the actresses who won my parts will say …. The life for women is like to play a role for performance; life is an image for others. Even when one of the women disappears, there are still many women eager to take her role. Meaning incomplete
Ellipsis -revised Another source of constraint is that of playing roles, of which even her death is one. Over her death, the other actresses who will take over her role praise by saying: how wonderful to let yourself go that mad, how wonderful.... as if it were a matter of performance on the stage.