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a joining word Readers' Guide 2. using your own words to express another's ideas, must be documented Everyman 3. turning point of a play or novel morpheme 4. a twelve-volume unabridged reference work slang 5. Harriet Beecher Stowe's best seller of the nineteenth century plagiarize 6. to use another's ideas or words without giving credit Our Town 7. nonstandard English secondary source 8. a play by Thornton Wilder OED 9. thesis controlling idea of a paragraph 10. the smallest ...
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Word matches:
1. a joining word: Transition
2. using your own words to express another's ideas, must be documented: paraphrase
3. turning point of a play or novel: climax
4. a twelve-volume unabridged reference work: OED
5. Harriet Beecher Stowe's best seller of the nineteenth century: Uncle Tom's Cabin
6. to use another's ideas or words without giving credit: Plagiarize
7. nonstandard English: Slang
8. a play by Thornton Wilder: Our Town
9. thesis: controlling idea of a paper
10. the smallest unit of meaning within a word: Morpheme
11. topic sentence: controlling idea of a paragraph
12. a famous morality play of the Middle Ages: Everyman
13. criticism about a literary work: secondary source
14. a reference work that catalogs popular magazine articles: Readers' Guide
15. A True Relation, first book written in America: John Smith
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