The final question asks you to respond to a quotation. Students tend to find these sorts of questions the most difficult to answer, but once you’ve got the hang of them I think the title does most of the work for you – often implicitly providing you with a structure for your essay.
Can you identify the 10 types of plagiarism? Go beyond the black and white definition of “literary theft” and discover the different forms plagiarism can take in the digital age.
You need to understand that synonyms do not ever have 100% the same meaning. Each word in the English language is unique. Synonyms have similar meaning so each time you use a synonyms, you need to decide if it is appropriate for the topic. As the topic of “society” has already been introduced, the paraphrase of “communities” is fine.
I would like to know if I should mention number of words at the end of my essay for both Task 1 and Task 2.
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