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Paraphrasing

Learn how to paraphrase well.

Step 5: Cite Your Source

The last step is very important. Give credit to the original author and her research by citing your source.


You will do that in two places:

1) Within your paper
(called an "in-text citation"

2) At the end of your paper
(called a "References" or "Works Cited" page, depending on the citation method your professor wants you to use, such as APA or MLA)