No. A direct quote is words from another author (besides yourself) that are copied verbatim. This always needs quotes. Paraphrasing does not need quotes. Paraphrasing is when you restate the author's ideas in your own words.
However, paraphrases sometimes incorporate direct quotes and these will need to be enclosed in quotation marks.
The source should be acknowledged.
A paraphrase is not a direct quote and does not require quotation marks. You do, however need to give credit to its author through correct citation.
If you paraphrase, then it is NOT plagiarism. However, if you do not paraphrase, if you quote word for word, then it IS plagiarism.
A paraphrase that is from an actual source is a quote. If writing, it should have quotation marks and works cited information.
An antonym for the word paraphrase is quotation.
In the quotation marks.
A quotation uses the original author's words, but a paraphrase uses the essay writer's words.
Exact quoting of an author should always be enclosed in quotation marks and cited. If you paraphrase, it does not need quotes. Fair use word count is something different than when to use quote marks.
No. A paraphrase is restating a whole text to make it clearer or easier to understand. A quotation is a few words or a sentence taken from a whole text. eg "to be or not to be" is a quotation from Hamlet
If a word is in quotation marks, and you're quoting it, use single quotation marks to indicate an embedded quotation.
Quotation marks should not be used when blockquoting.
The teacher asked the student to paraphrase the quotation, or put it in his own words.
If you leave off the quotation marks, you are guilty of plagiarism. The quotation marks are required.
He asked, "What is an indirect quotation?"
Never. You should always have quotation marks sorrounding a quote.
The same punctuation is used inside of quotation marks as is used outside of quotation marks.
Quotation marks. "" <- are quotation marks
Put the punctuation inside the quotation marks.
using a quotation might not be useful
The British put their punctuation marks OUTSIDE of the quotation marks.
It should be enclosed in quotation marks.
Articles should be enclosed in quotation marks.
Poems do not need quotation marks, but they could have some.
I think you don't write novels in quotation marks.
Apostrophes and quotation marks can be used interchangeably.
The quotation marks are placed at each end. In other words, the question mark should be inside the quotation marks.