Tutor profile: Julie M.
What is one difference between writing in MLA (Modern Language Association) and APA (American Psychological Association)?
One of the main differences between these styles is how to cite sources. When writing papers, it is important to give credit where it is due for ideas and quotes. MLA in-text citations generally include the author's last name and the year, and there should be a "works cited" page at the end of the paper. For APA, the in-text citations generally include the author's last name and the year the cited work was published. There should be a reference page at the end of an APA-styled paper.
Subject: Religious Studies
What makes a religion monotheistic, and what are the main monotheistic religions?
Monotheism is a belief in one and only one God or deity. The main monotheistic religions are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These three are also known as Abrahamic religions, since they all have roots in the figure of Abraham.
What part of speech is the word "love"?
"Love" can either be a verb or a noun. If someone says, "I love you," the word is being used as a verb because it is an action the person is doing. On the other hand, if someone were to say, "My love for pizza is enormous," the word is being used as a noun because it is a thing which the person has.