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  • 1. 
    Punctuate/edit the following sentence to reflect that it is a direct quote: Sheriff's deputies said a 17-year-old boy crashed his parents' car through the doors of Shorecrest High School. Source: Smith, Angela. "Teen Drives Car Into High School." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9 Feb. 2010: A3. Print.
  • 2. 
    Punctuate/edit the following sentence to reflect that it is a direct quote: Sheriff's deputies said a 17-year-old boy crashed his parents' car through the doors of Shorecrest High School. Source: "Teen Drives Car Into High School, Down Hall." WTAE 9 Feb. 2010. Web. 8 Mar. 2010.
  • 3. 
    Punctuate/edit the following sentence to reflect that it is a paraphrase: Police discover a high school senior crashed the family car through the local high school in Shoreline, WA. Source: "Teen Drives Car Into High School." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9 Feb. 2010: A3. Print.
  • 4. 
    Punctuate/edit the following sentence to reflect that it is a direct quote: Smith states, Sheriff's deputies said a 17-year-old boy crashed his parents' car through the doors of Shorecrest High School. Source: Smith, Angela. "Teen Drives Car Into High School." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9 Feb. 2010: A3. Print.
  • 5. 
    Punctuate/edit the following sentence to reflect that it is a paraphrase: 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. Source: "Teen Drives Car Into High School, Down Hall." WTAE 9 Feb. 2010. Web. 8 Mar. 2010.
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