A quote I want to use includes an abbreviation that readers may not know and that I won’t be using again in my paper. Can I still use the quote, or do I have to paraphrase it?
I told my friend I was going to interview between six and eleven candidates for the position I’m hiring for. She says that I’m using the word ‘between’ wrong. Who’s right?
I use a few abbreviations when I write, including FBI and NATO. Sometimes I use ‘the’ before them, but other times it seems wrong. Is there a rule for this?
I have two sources by the same author but neither have a year of publication (they are n.d.). How do I differentiate between them?
How do I order reference entries by the same author and same year when a month is included? Do I include the months somehow (chronologically, alphabetically)?
Are there any rules or guidelines about when to use “4th graders” and when to use “fourth graders” in APA Style?