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  • The Translation of Chinese Cuisine Under the Guidance of Skopostheorie

    4.1 Introduction With the economic development‚ Guangzhou is becoming a prosperous city attracting people from other countries. Especially after Guangzhou won the bid for 2010 Asian Games‚ the government endeavors to create a good image. However‚ many classic Cantonese cuisines haven’t had English versions or the present translation is really bad and that makes foreigners confuse about the food they order in the restaurants. So this thesis is going to analyze the present situation of Cantonese

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  • Kandy

    Academic Summary: Listening to the Conversation Overview:  Students write summaries in college classes for a variety of purposes‚ including to demonstrate their understanding of class texts for an instructor or to introduce an argument to readers of a paper or essay. We will practice writing summaries for such academic purposes in this assignment.  Purpose The purpose of this summary is to demonstrate to your instructor that you have closely read a particular article that contributes effectively

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  • Academic Integrity

    A new understanding of Academic integrity Plagiarism in academic circles is becoming a major worldwide issue‚ perhaps students just discovery inspirations‚ but more likely‚ they steal opinions and use these ideas as their own. Therefore‚ the cycle of plagiarism may never stop.Academic plagiarism is not an issue which is limited to China. Every university plays a strong emphasis on academic integrity. For example‚ at Brock(2010)‚ academic integrity refers to your acknowledgment of and respect for

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  • Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing a Source

    Associate Level Material Appendix U Quoting‚ Summarizing‚ and Paraphrasing a Source Part 1: Paraphrasing and Quoting Review the following passage. Paraphrase the main ideas of this passage in the box below. In addition‚ include one direct quotation. Be sure to use a transition or attributive tag for the quote. Also‚ include an appropriate APA-formatted‚ in-text citation. Aggressive driving is characterized by the tendency to view driving as a competition rather than as

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  • Big Nerds

    Associate Program Material Appendix J Quoting‚ Summarizing‚ and Paraphrasing Sources |Summarize: |This article is about what people think of legalizing marijuana. The amount of people wanting marijuana to be | | |legalized is climbing more and more every year. The age and sex of a person is most likely the determining factor of | |Be brief. |the person’s answer to the question “should marijuana be legalized?”.

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  • Eng 102 Appendix E

    Quoting‚ Summarizing‚ and Paraphrasing Sources Summarize: • Be brief. • Reflect key facts or ideas. • Help readers understand context. • Do not insert personal views. • Write in your own words‚ except for quotations. Schools across the United States are taking millions of dollars in funding cuts. The schools are doing what they can to stay afloat in the economic crisis. Some are cutting sports programs‚ teachers‚ shortening school years‚ omitting summer school‚ and charging parents for

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    Summarizing a Research Article Research articles use a standard format to clearly communicate information about an experiment. A research article usually has seven major sections: Title‚ Abstract‚ Introduction‚ Method‚ Results‚ Discussion‚ and References. Sometimes there are minor variations‚ such as a combined ‘Results’ and ‘Discussion’ section‚ or an overall General Discussion section in which multiple experiments are presented in one article. Reading the Article Allow enough time. Allot at least

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  • test submission

    • Question 1 1 out of 1 points The “Student Handbook” at Strayer University includes detailed information on Strayer University’s Academic Integrity Policy. Answer Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: True Response Feedback: Correct! • Question 2 1 out of 1 points You do not have to cite information or ideas that you summarize or paraphrase (put it into your own words). Answer Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Response Feedback: Correct!

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  • UOP COM172 DQ WEEK 2

    What is a style guide? Is adhering to a style guide important? Why or why not?   A style guide is a set of rules to follow for writing. We adhere to the style guide to ensure our work is consistent. There are several writing types such as technical‚ commercial‚ journalism etc. We used a technical style guide to ensure that multiple authors would be able to update the operation manual. Using the technical style guide kept the tone of the document consistent and it was difficult to determine the additions

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  • Paraphrasing and Summarizing

    Is there a difference between paraphrasing and summarizing? What is it? How do you know when it is most appropriate to use one or the other in an academic paper? In academic writing there are many do not’s to refrain from in writing academically. Two of the do not’s that relates to paraphrasing and summarizing are * Do not copy from other people’s work * Do not simply copy words and phrases from the question paper; try to use your own words at all times by paraphrasing the question. These

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