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a) When you cannot express the ideas better yourself. b) When the language of the original source is especially powerful. c) When the language of the original source is especially vivid. d)
All of these are correct.
d) All of these are correct is the answer.
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User: When should you use direct quotations?

User: a) When you cannot express the ideas better yourself. b) When the language of the original source is especially powerful. c) When the language of the original source is especially vivid. d) All of these are correct.

Weegy: d) All of these are correct is the answer.
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User: a) When you cannot express the ideas better yourself. b) When the language of the original source is especially powerful. c) When the language of the original source is especially vivid. d) All of these are correct.

Weegy: d) All of these are correct is the answer.
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User: 1. When should you use direct quotations? a) When you cannot express the ideas better yourself. b) When the language of the original source is especially powerful. c) When the language of the original source is especially vivid.

Weegy: d) All of these are correct is the answer.
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User: What is one of the cardinal rules for quoting sources? a) Your quotation must be in the form of a paraphrase. b) Your quotation must be from a secondary source. c) Your quotation must be accurate. d) Your quotation must be sarcastic.

Weegy: c) Your quotation must be accurate.





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