5 steps to paraphrasing in English

Oxford Academy of English
5 steps to paraphrasing in English
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Build you confidence in writing with this guide by learning how to paraphrase the sources you read and need to write an essay, assignment or a report. Why is paraphrasing important? Because your task as a (young) researcher is to show that you understand the books, articles and other resources that you would like to use in your research. Poor paraphrasing skills might lead to losing points as either you will plagiarise or change the meaning of the original source.

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