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MLA format is typically used in English, language and literature, and Foreign Language classes.
Always double-check your professor's requirements for your assignment as they could differ from the standard MLA format requirements.
MLA Paper Format:
Times New Roman, 12 pt. font
Your Name, Your Professor’s Name, Your Class, and the Date should all be in the upper left corner of your paper, each on separate lines.
The title of the paper should be centered on the next line after the date. The title of your paper should not be italicized, underlined, or put in quotation marks. Use standard title capitalization when writing your paper title.
Your last name and the page number should be in the upper right corner of the Header.