I have a question about APA citations. I know that in APA Style, I should add initials to text citations when different authors have the same last name. What do I do when two different authors also have the same first initial?
When I write dialogue in text, do I need to separate each speaker’s speech into its own paragraph, or can I leave it all on one line? Read on to find out.
How do I go about ordering references with the same author and year of publication? If more than one entry has the same author(s) with the same year of publication, the entries are then alphabetized by title. Letters (a, b, c, etc.) are added to the year of publication to differentiate the entries.
You may think that cardinals and ordinals have something to do with sports teams, but here we’re talking about numbers. Mixing up cardinal and ordinal numbers is a common mistake when writing dates.