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Answered 2021-01-07 17:24:20

A person should look for the easiest solution to a problem.

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You are going have to do this. We don't have the passage and your teacher is looking for your critical thinking skills in your paraphrasing of the passage. If we did your homework for you you still wouldn't know how to do it. I will be glad to give support and suggestions, but not do your work.


To paraphrase a passage or statement means to say it in your own words. Paraphrase IS NOT the same as summary! A summary condenses the passage, leaves out details, and produces a kind of synopsis. Paraphrase essentially translates the passage sentence by sentence into your own words. A paraphrase is often longer than the original passage because you sometimes state explicity what is only implied in the original.


Read the passage several times, think about what it is saying and what it means then summarize what is is saying in your own words.


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.


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.


they will contain importatn information regarding the main ideas presented in the passage.


To paraphrase is to say the same thing using different words.


When you can't understand or don't know the meaning of certain words in a passage you're reading, look for and rely on:Context cluesYour knowledge of other vocabulary words and meanings




"Instead of copying what you read word for word, paraphrase it." To paraphrase is to restate an idea in your own words.



A restatement of a text or passage in another form or other words, often to clarify meaning. For example. If the question was: Why was Kerlin running on the high hill? You will paraphrase (Restate the question) as: Kerlin was running on the high hill because.....


The teacher asked the student to paraphrase the quotation, or put it in his own words.


Paraphrase is taking someone's words and turning them into your own. You cannot take their exact words (that's plagiarism) but you can change it to your own words. :) hope it helps


so far things have turned out very well for macbeth


I can't remember his exact words, but to paraphrase, he doesn't support the plan.


putting something in your own words.


Explain what you must do when you paraphrase (put information from an outside source in your own words).


To paraphrase refers to the rewording or using different words to express something that was written or spoken by a particular writer.


The noun 'paraphrase' is a restatement of text or words in different words, usually to clarify the meaning. Example sentence: A paraphrase for the saying, 'What is past is prologue', is to learn what will happen, look back to see what happened before.



To paraphrase is to say the same thing with different words in the same language, as opposed to translation which is to say the same thing with different words in another language.


Paraphrasing is putting it in your own words so you would get whatever information you would want to paraphrase and then just rewrite it in your own words.



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