How do you quote correctly?
“Verbatim quotations are the direct reproduction of statements made by others. They must always be put in quotation marks. If you quote literally, a copy of the original text is given. No changes may be made, so any spelling errors must also be copied.
How do you quote from an article?
If you want to quote from an article in your term paper that has appeared in a newspaper, you can use the following citation rule to document it in the bibliography. Name, first name: Title of the article. Subtitle, in: Name of the newspaper (year of publication), No.
How do you quote when translating?
A literally translated source may be written as a literal quotation – i.e. with quotation marks. You will then refer in a footnote that you have done the translation. The original source can also be found there.
How do I quote from a dictionary?
Indication in the footnotes (first reference to the dictionary): In: Title of the dictionary. Edited by name of the publisher. Place of publication year-year [nachfolgend zitiert als KÜRZEL], Vol.
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