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Subject: Writing

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What are the requirements to writing a paper in MLA format?

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MLA Format must be printed on standard 8.5x11 paper, using legible text, having 1 inch margins on all sides of the page. The first line of each paragraph should be indented a half an inch, accurate citations throughout. A header must be included in the upper right hand corner of each page, stating the author's name, then the page number. Larger works of reference must be italicized or underlined when referred to, smaller works may be placed in quotation marks.

Subject: Political Science

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What does Congress do, and what are the two main branches?

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Congress is the law making branch of the government, and it is split up into two sections. These two sections are the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Subject: English

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In what situation should you use the words lay or lie, and for what reasons?

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The word lay must be used when referring to an object. Since the word "Lay" is transitive, meaning the word must be performed by someone/something to be used, it needs an object. For example, i'm going to "lay" this blanket on the couch. The word lie, which is intransitive and does not require an object, should be used when there is no object to be spoken of. For example, i'm going to "lie" down in bed.

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