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Restating the source in fewer words than the original but keeping the main point. select one: a. summary b. paraphrase c. quoting

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  • Réponse publiée par: alexespinosa

    It is done only when it's important for your reader to see the actual language used by the author of the source.

    Quoting

    To speak without notes.

    Ad lib

    Provide your readers with a condensed version of an author's key points.

    Quoting Question

    Complete the sentence to the future continuous. I will call you soon.

    Change the verbs in parenthesis into a correct future tense form. You will not pass your exams if you don't start working harder.

    A writing skill that takes verbatim information from a source and gives credit to the writer.

    Paraphrase

    Identify the use of future tense in the sentence below. Hurry up! The train departs in 10 minutes.

    Schedule Events

    Restating the source in fewer words than the original but keeping the main point.

    Summary

    Meal at which guests serve themselves from food on a table.

    Buffet

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