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To avoid plagiarizing someone else’s work, you should do all of the following, except: a. carefully note all of your sources b. include your citation of your sources in your speech c. paraphrase the
quotation (say it in your own words) without citing the source d. make it clear that the information did not come from your own brain
To avoid plagiarizing someone else’s work, you should do all of the following, except: c. [ paraphrase the quotation (say it in your own words) without citing the source. A paraphrase is your version of someone else's ideas or words and must be cited. ]
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