A quotation uses the original author's words, but a paraphrase uses the essay writer's words.
An antonym for the word paraphrase is quotation.
quotation: The primary device indicating that words are being mentioned rather than used.paraphrase: A restatement of a text or passage in another form or other words, often to clarify meaning.
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 you paraphrase, then it is NOT plagiarism. However, if you do not paraphrase, if you quote word for word, then it IS plagiarism.
The teacher asked the student to paraphrase the quotation, or put it in his own words.
using a quotation might not be useful
A paraphrase that is from an actual source is a quote. If writing, it should have quotation marks and works cited information.
what is the difference between searching with parentheses and quotation marks
tender is a own organisation format but quotation is a organisation format.
Quotation: The primary device indicating that words are being mentioned rather than used.Paraphrase: A restatement of a text or passage in another form or other words, often to clarify meaning.
Both need to include a citation of the original source.