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Brackets can be thought of as the younger siblings of parentheses. Parentheses are used to clarify meaning or to insert supplemental information in all types of writing, but (especially for students) brackets are used mainly for clarification within quoted material.What does the use of brackets mean in a quotation?
Here are some of the most common uses for brackets in quotations: Use square brackets to include words within a quote that are not part of the original quote. ... Enclose "sic" (loosely meaning, "as written") in square brackets to indicate that the quote is exactly as is in the original, even if there are spelling or other syntax errors ... Usually, enclose an ellipsis in brackets. ... More items...What is the proper use of [square brackets] in quotes?
When writers insert or alter words in a direct quotation, square brackets—[ ]—are placed around the change. The brackets, always used in pairs, enclose words intended to clarify meaning, provide a brief explanation, or to help integrate the quote into the writer’s sentence.