Can you translate quotes?

Can you translate quotes?

Luckily, the solution is quite simple: If you translated a passage from one language into another it is considered a paraphrase, not a direct quotation. You should not use quotation marks around the material you translated, and you do not need to use the words “my translation” or anything like that.

Is a priori italicized?

For our most common purposes, use italics for genus/species names, genes, loci, and alleles; parts of chemical names as appropriate (including cis, trans, ortho, meta, and para); all variables (e.g., probability (P or p)); and written-out Latin forms (such as a priori, ad libitum, de novo, in situ, in utero, in vitro.

How do you use a priori in a sentence?

A Priori in a Sentence 🔉Religious people have the a priori belief that God exists without any physical proof. The jaded woman made a priori assumptions that all men were liars, but couldn’t possibly know for sure because she has not dated all men.