How to Avoid Plagiarism : Paraphrasing and Quoting

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How to Avoid Plagiarism: Paraphrasing and Quoting :

How to Avoid Plagiarism: Paraphrasing and Quoting


When you write work and can not find your thoughts, you often just copy the thoughts of others. This is plagiarism.


But the problem is that if you are a student of prestigious universities (for example, Oxford or MIT ), no one will count your works which contain plagiarism.


So let’s look at how you can become a content rewriter and protect yourself from the troubles associated with plagiarism.


You should be well versed in what you are writing about. You can easily rewrite anyone’s work if you understand the topic well. Search for information and other authors’ thoughts. Use the Internet or read books for more details, although the latter are still a more reliable.


Speaking of books and searching. Try to find and read useful materials for a text rewriter . There are many excellent books, but this is one of the best.


Combine different sources when writing something . If you use only one source, the chances of copying are increased. If you rely on different books, sites and other sources, the chances of accidentally copying are going down.


Repeat the information several times. If you want to describe something in your own words, you must understand this something, this material.


But do not be too keen on reading the works of other authors, otherwise there is a risk of starting to repeat their wording in your article or essay.


Learn the paraphrasing technique . Rephrasing is when you read and understand a quote, and then retell it in a different way. When you rephrase, you do not need to rewrite all sentences, but it is important to convey the points of view expressed by the author in your own manner.


Understand when it is worth giving preference to paraphrasing before quoting . Remember the example where you should use quoting. When you need to retell someone's speech, it's better to quote it directly.


In this way you preserve the integrity and poetry of thought. However, if you simply want to tell about the ideas from the encyclopedia, you should paraphrase them.


References . If you still need a direct quote, you must specify its source with all references and author's instructions, even if the source is just a paraphrase website .


A good tone is the indication of certain information about the author (occupation, title of the quoted work, etc.) at the first mention, especially if the author is not known to the target audience.


Use the quotation in the format of the American Philological Association . If you want to paraphrase in APA , don’t forget to mention author's last name and date of publication. First , you will show respect to the work of another author.


Secondly, your work will comply with all laws. Even if the author is your professor or friend from Harvard or Yale , you still have to refer to his work.


When you write your work, you will want to check how much your text is unique. Use plagiarism check sites .


If the uniqueness of your text is low, and you have already tried all the ways to change the text, you can use the paraphrasing service .


Of course, there are a lot of sites offering online paraphrasing . But remember: the best paraphrase service always guarantees the uniqueness and quality of your future work.


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