How do you cite a translator in Chicago style?

Original author Surname, First name. Title of the book: Subtitle of the book. Translated by First name Surname. City of publication: Publisher, Year.

Do you translate references?

The safest bet is to leave as is AND translate In order for readers to be able to find the references, they need to be left as is. However, for book/journal/article/paper titles, it’s always a safe bet to insert brackets right after the original title to tell the reader what it says.

How do you cite a generator from a website in MLA?

To use the generator:

  1. Choose the type of source you would like to cite (e.g., website, book, journal & video)
  2. Enter the URL, DOI, ISBN, title, or other unique source information to locate your source.
  3. Click the ‘Search’ button to begin looking for your source.

How do you use Ibid?

Abbreviations: Use “ibid.” (no italics) to refer to the only work cited in the preceding note. It may or may not include a page number (Ibid., 43.). Ibid. is never used if the preceding note consists of more than one source.

How do you cite a source in a foreign language?

Formula for citing a foreign language source in MLA: Author Last Name, Author First Name. Title in the Original Language [Translated Title]. Publisher, Year.

How do you cite a translated book in APA 7th edition?

Put the title of the book in the language you read it in the title field and put the English translation in square brackets after the title.

  1. Parenthetical citation. (Piaget & Inhelder, 1966)
  2. Reference list. Piaget, J., & Inhelder, B. (1966).
  3. Format: Author surname(s), Initial(s). ( Year).

What is a footnote APA?

A footnote is a brief note that provides additional content or copyright attribution. Any type of paper may include footnotes. They are not used for references in APA style.