"Sheriff s deputies said a 17-year-old boy crashed his parents car through the doors of Shorecrest High School" (Smith A3).
For a direct quote, enclose the sentence in quotation marks and include the author last name and page number in parentheses. Place punctuation after the citation.
According to WTAE in the article "Teen Drives Car Into High School, Down Hall," Police discover a high school senior crashed the family car through the local high school in Shoreline, WA.
Because the article title is already in the sentence (and already punctuated properly), there is no need to add anything. Web resources do not have page numbers, so the paraphrase is cited properly ...
Smith states, "Sheriff s deputies said a 17-year-old boy crashed his parents car through the doors of Shorecrest High School" (A3).
The authors name is already presented in the sentence, so there is no need to place it at the end parenthetically. THe page number still must be included.
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