How do you cite quotations from Wikipedia articles?

I don't mean this, Author of webpage. "Article Title." Title of webpage. Date of publication (or date page be last modified). Institution associated near (if not cited earlier). Date of retrieval <url>.

I mean if you want to quote from the article you're reading, how do you do that?

I know for books, you would write it approaching this, "The grass was green (Last moniker of author, book page).


Answers:    I don't know the answer to this but please be aware that if you are writing some sort of paper for institution, some instructors do not accept Wikipedia as a reliable source of information. So if you are writing a weekly for school, please check near your instructor first about using Wikipedia.
Simple copy and bond the part you resembling and hope that your teacher doesn't find out and give you an F :)

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