This is called paraphrasing.
a restatement in one's own words of someone else's written work .
To restate in ones own words the written work of someone else is to paraphrase.
Paraphrase is the verb; paraphrasing is the gerund ( noun ).
You probably mean "restatement," not "reinstatement." The word is "paraphrase."
Paraphrasing is when you restate somebody else's work in your own words. Other words could be summarizing.
A restatement in ones own words = paraphrase.
The restatement of a written work in someone's own words that keeps the basic meaning of the original work is called paraphrasing.
It is important to use your own words when restating someone else's written work in order to avoid plagiarizing. The term for using your own words to restate is paraphrasing.
Plagiarism, or summary. Depends on whether you're trying to pass it off as your own ideas, or not.
It is called paraphrasing. To restate in your own words.
A paraphrase, or a summary.
Copy right. Using someone elses words.
Restatement is a technique where you take information that someone else has written and put it into your own words.This is most often used by students when doing homework! It is not a good way to come up with original or creative writing, but it can get you started on the writing process.
One example of restatement is the use of the words "I have a dream." Another is the use of the words "Let freedom ring."
When you restate someone's work but in your own words, this is called paraphrasing. Unlike plagiarizing were you do not give them the due credit.
That's known as "paraphrasing," or "to paraphrase." As opposed to "plagiarizing" or "to plagiarize," which means copying another person's work word-for-word, or almost word-for-word.
When you write someone else's words as your own you are plagiarizing. Just like citing work, you should use quotation marks to give them credit.
most probably to be REPITITION
concluding; restatement of the thesis in new words