These instructions are for MLA 7 citations. If you require other citation formats, please let us know.
To cite the website (rather than any particular page):
Book Vocabulary. verbalworkout.com, n.d. Web. dd Mmm. yyyy.
dd = day of month in two digits; e.g., the first of the month is "01"
Mmm = month as Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, or Dec
yyyy = year such as "2014"
To cite a particular page or set of pages (which MLA would refer to as an article) the article title and specific URL needs to be added. Here is an example using the standard book review assignment for To Kill a Mockingbird:
"Vocabulary Review for To Kill a Mockingbird - Entire Book." verbalworkout.com. verbalworkout.com, n.d. Web. dd Mmm. yyyy. <http://www.verbalworkout.com/b/b1013qre.htm>
Where dd, Mmm, and yyyy are as described above.
Finally, if you cite to individual word page, or a word samples page, you may notice that those pages open in a new window that is meant to view and then close. They do not provide a means to link back to the main menu because the user might be confused by having two navigation windows open. If you're citing one of those pages and want your reader to be able move from the provided URL to verbalworkout.com's main menu, just remove "?from=site" from the end of the URL.
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