How does one write a verbatim?

Verbatim is an adverb, not a noun. To write something verbatim means to copy it word for word.

(By the way, doing so on purpose, and then presenting it as your own idea, is known as plagiarism, and could get you in trouble.)
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How do you write verbatim?

Verbatim means "word for word". Therefore, it means to quote someone word for word. John said, "I have an apple".
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