Quotations for Essays for Class 12 – Second Year Notes
This post is about English Quotations for Essays for FSC 2nd Year Students. Students of Class 12 prefer to write quotations in their English Essays. English is a compulsory subject for students and a good essay can help to get good numbers for students. So, I planned to share almost all the required essay quotations in a post. You can go through all posts one by one and prepare them.
According to Wikipedia “Quotation is the repetition or copy of someone else’s statement or thoughts.” Many people use different types of quotations to express their feelings. There is a variety of quotations already available on the internet but this post is specifically for the students of Class 12. I am trying to provide material to the students which they need.
Quotes for Essays for FA / FSC 2nd Year Students – FSC Part 2 English Notes
This post is especially for those students who have essays but looking only for quotations. However, I have already shared a list of complete essays with quotes for FSC students. Hereunder, you can see links to different essay quotations posts. You can read the name and click on the link to reach your required post.
- My First Day At College Essay Quotations
- My Last Day At College Essay Quotations
- Corona Virus Essay Quotations
- Why I Love Pakistan Essay Quotations
- My Aim in Life Essay Quotations
- My Best Friend Essay Quotations
- A Road Accident Essay Quotations
- Inflation Essay Quotations
- My Ambition in Life Essay Quotations
- The Career I Like to Choose Essay Quotations
- The Pleasure of Gardening Essay Quotations
- My Hobby Essay Quotations
- My Hero in History or My Favourite Personality Essay Quotes
- Qaid-e-Azam Essay Quotes
- Allama Muhammad Iqbal Essay Quotations
- My Favourite or National Poet Essay Quotes
- Women’s Place in our Society or Role of Women in Society Essay Quotations
- Sports and Games Essay Quotations
- A Cricket Match Essay Quotations
- A Picnic Party Essay Quotations
- A Visit to a Historical Place Essay Quotations
- Terrorism Essay Quotations
- Life in a Big City Essay Quotations
- City Life Essay Quotations
- Life in a Village or A Pakistan Village Essay Quotations
- Science, A Blessing or A Curse | Wonders of Science Essay Quotations
- Student’s Union | Students and Politics Essay Quotations
- Mobile Phone Essay Quotations
- Computer or Information Technology Essay Quotes
- Patriotism | Why I Love Pakistan | My Country Essay Quotations
- Democracy Essay Quotations
- Unemployment Essay Quotes
- Corruption Essay Quotations
- Social Evil Essay Quotations
- Drug Addiction or Narcotic Drugs Essay Quotes
- Television or The Electronic Media Essay Quotations
- The Kashmir Issue Essay Quotes
- Over Population or Population Explosion Essay Quotations
- NewsPapers | Power or the Press | The Value of Mass Media Essay Quotes
- An Ideal Student Essay Quotations
- An Ideal Teacher Essay Quotes
- Pollution Essay Quotations
- Importance of Education Essay Quotes
- Health Essay Quotations
- Technical Education Essay Quotations
How many quotations do you need in an Essay?
This simply depends on the length of the Essay. Usually, students of FSC write 400 to 500 words in an essay which is enough. For this length of essay 4 to 5 quotations are enough. However, students of senior classes can use more quotations. The main thing is you need to use common sense and focus on quality instead of quantity. Use quotations wisely and in the appropriate places.
How do you write a quote in an essay?
It is simply the same method you use writing quotes anywhere in the essay. Just start your essay with any relevant quote and discuss it. Write the quote in inverted commas and mention the author name next to it. Try to use the most appropriate and relevant quotations in your essay.
Can I start an essay with a quote?
It is not necessary to write quotes in essays. However, it is a good practice which can help you to secure good marks in your English paper. Students of FSC 2nd Year write quotations in their essays to make them impressive and attractive. Graduation students prefer writing Outline instead of quotes.