MLA In-Text Citations (Step-by-Step Guide)

Saturday, April 13, 2019

If you’re confused on how to cite sources in research papers, you’re not alone! Check out this video for a step-by-step guide on using MLA source citation within your paper.
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  1. Carson Hamilton says:

  2. Zechariah Barajas says:

    Good luck with your paper πŸ‘πŸ½ – April 4th 2019 1:35 am lmfaoo my birthday is the ninth but good luck

  3. Lee brown says:

    Anyone else think referencing is a bitch?

  4. Faith 4 says:

    What is its more than one author?

  5. ツMoh-p says:

    what if you have more than one aouthor's for a book ?

  6. Haleh Esmailian says:

    Thanks a lot. very precise and exact. To the point and helpful.

  7. Joan Kim says:

    May I thank you, because you literally SAVED MY LIFE!!! Thanks soooo much😍

  8. AMELIA DIBERT says:


  9. Jovan Sanchez says:

    This is why math is the best subject. 2+2 will always = 4. MLA format and English change every year.

  10. onekingdom1 says:

    I have to use this now

  11. Walkingcedar2006 says:

    Thank you for this. My students will certainly be viewing this video.

  12. olga mae hilig says:


  13. Mia' Ikia says:

    I am literally impressed at how easy this was too understand. Thank you!

  14. Chessy Chupacabra says:

    think you for making this video. I was adding second brackets when I was taking out information

  15. Sudha Wish says:

    the best video ever made! so clear

  16. PackRats502 says:


  17. Mattack says:

    The problem with this is that it takes 10 minutes to explain

  18. Rahul Kashyap says:

    Just use

  19. Ameenah says:

    If i am citing from an online article that has NO date, do I put that in the text ?? e.g. ("The Constitution of the United States" n.d.) or do I just completely leave it out?

  20. Alaa says:

    Is this Sal from Khan Academy…? Why does he sound so much like him….

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