How to Cite a Cat Video - EasyBib Blog

How to Cite a Cat Video

Who doesn’t love a funny cat video? These short and silly clips bring entertainment to millions of viewers each day. So how would you cite one of these videos in your paper? Read on for formatting tips. We will review a basic citation structure for citing a cat video, or […]

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Using Gender Neutral Language in Your Papers

Recently, the use of gender-neutral language—also known as gender-inclusive language—has become a trending topic, and it’s something to consider when writing your academic papers and essays. We’ll walk you through the various gender-neutral options, looking at when they might be most appropriate. We will be using MLA style parenthetical citations […]

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Who vs. Whom: Which Do I Use?

Most people know there is a difference between who and whom, but few remember what it is. In truth, you could go your entire life and only use whom a handful of times, but when those rare grammatical moments strike, if you want to be prepared, we are here to […]

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How to Cite the Gettysburg Address

In November of 1863, at the height of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most well-known speeches in history. Though it only lasted two minutes, the Gettysburg Address eloquently expressed the pressing need to instill the principle of human equality in a divided nation. To […]