Category: GuidelinesFormatting dissertation: MLA format

I have some major issue while formatting my research in MLA format. I have tried doing it, I have also asked my friends to help but still, there are some minor mistakes which i always make. I am not at all clear about them. Also, I have no idea how to do citation in MLA format and also, it is taking too much time to edit it because i don’t know the shortcuts.
So, please help me with that. I need someone’s help very badly as i am very much irritated with the editing thing because my submission deadline is near and my format is always wrong.

asked on 11 Jun 18Keshav Verma Keshav Verma
3 Answers
answered on 13 Jun 18

First of all, keep calm as there are solution to every problem. There is One standard citation format that applies to every source type.The core elements of a citation, along with their corresponding punctuation marks, include the following:
Title of the source.
Title of container,
Other contributors,
Publication date,
The appropriate punctuation mark must follow each core element. I am also sharing one example with you Source
Author(s) Last Name, First Name. “Title of Source.” Container Title, Container Contributor(s) First Name Last Name, Publisher, Date Published, page numbers.
I think this will be help you in your citation.

Jessica Jessica
answered on 13 Jun 18

I would suggest you to use MS word for editing your research paper and also, I am sharing some links with you so that it becomes easy for you to learn how to format the research paper in MLA format. , . These links will help you to have a clearer view. Also, there are so many online editors. You can go and have a look at them: .

Yashti Iyer Yashti Iyer
answered on 14 Jun 18 . i think this link will give you a proper guidance and will help you in formatting your paper according to MLA format. As there is a paper in this link which points out each and every point you should keep in mind while formatting the paper. So, just have a look.

Anubhav Kumar Anubhav Kumar

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