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They Say/I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing - Borrow this book from University Library to learn "core moves of effective argumentative writing."
The Academic Phrase Bank website provides "examples of some of the phraseological 'nuts and bolts' of writing." Created by John Morley at the U of Manchester. Please note: It is a British web site so you may encounter British spellings of words.
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Citation tools and reference management tools are a big help but you still need to review the citations for accuracy and correct formatting. Ultimately, you are responsible for the citations that you submit for an assignment, not the citation tool.
APA and MLA are two commonly-used standard citation styles, but check with your professor before using either.
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For MLA style: