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Academic writing latin abbreviations

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I'm a little confused by the question, but I think you are asking where to find abbreviations in academic writing, because there are too many to list here. I would suggest purchasing the most current MLA (Modern Language Association) Handbook, or find another writing resource guide, such as Rules For Writers, published by Bedford/St. Martin's. The classic guide to writing is Strunk & White, but most would argue that they are a bit outdated. I tend to agree. You can find a multitude of these resources at a college or university library if you don't want to buy one. You can also look up quick answers online, but if you are doing any type of academic writing, I would only go to a trusted source, such as the MLA website.

I'm a little confused by the question, but I think you are asking where to find abbreviations in academic writing, because there are too many to list here. I would suggest purchasing the most current MLA (Modern Language Association) Handbook, or find another writing resource guide, such as Rules For Writers, published by Bedford/St. Martin's. The classic guide to writing is Strunk & White, but most would argue that they are a bit outdated. I tend to agree. You can find a multitude of these resources at a college or university library if you don't want to buy one. You can also look up quick answers online, but if you are doing any type of academic writing, I would only go to a trusted source, such as the MLA website.

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