Re: Quick Question for English Majors!
Thanks guys. I did google quite a bit before asking, and found that most sites say a block quote is introduced with a colon. Wikipedia, without citing, states:
"If the quoted passage continues an obviously incomplete (unquoted) sentence that precedes it, a comma may be used instead, or no punctuation at all, depending on the sentence's syntax, and the following extract will usually begin with a lowercase letter."
And my options are either to use a comma or nothing to introduce the text, which continues in the block quote. Anyway, thanks for your help (especially looking through the MLA guide)!