Can you put footnotes in the middle of a sentence?
Footnote or endnote numbers in the text should follow punctuation, and preferably be placed at the end of a sentence. If you do place a note in the middle of a sentence, for example at the end of a quotation, the number should always come before a dash. Notes should always end with a full stop.
How do you write bibliography and footnotes?
The information required is: author, title, place of publication, publisher and date of publication. NOTE: The information is separated for the most part by periods (rather than by commas, as in the footnotes) and the parentheses enclosing the facts of publication are dropped.
What does a proper footnote look like?
Footnotes should:Include the pages on which the cited information is found so that readers easily find the source.Match with a superscript number (example: 1) at the end of the sentence referencing the source.Begin with 1 and continue numerically throughout the paper. Do not start the order over on each page.
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