Infographic: Ward off plagiarism: How to paraphrase writing

Ward off plagiarism: How to paraphrase writing

[This infographic was originally published Plagiarism Check.Org and has been republished here with permission.]

A paraphrase is among most popular types of a so-called accidental plagiarism. Hence, it’s important to understand how to use it properly. Let’s draw a line between plagiarism and paraphrase to avoid this issue forever!

“Your words” is a stumbling block of paraphrasing process, as such a definition is too vague. The below information will help you understand and memorize the paraphrase principle better. This information itself is a clear illustration of paraphrase, btw.

Paraphrase vs Plagiarism

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