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If ellipses (...) appear in a paper, it indicates that the writer has omitted a part of the direct quote in order to highlight a main point or to reduce a passage. true or false
When the writer of a paper omits some words in a direct quote to highlight the main point or to reduce a passage, [ the words omitted should be replaced by an ellipsis. [ ] It is false (...) means changing of topics or changing of ideas ]
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