1. When you paraphrase, you need to do all of the following (select all that apply):
A. Write it in your own words.
B. Put quotation marks around it.
C. Cite the source that it came from.
D. Indent it.
2. A paraphrase is just like a quotation only without the quotation marks.
1. Both A and C are the correct answers.
2. False is the correct answer. A paraphrase is restatement of the author’s ideas in your own words.
Adapted from "Using someone else's words: Quote, summarize, and paraphrase your way to success" © Center for Teaching and Faculty Development at San Francisco State University. Adapted with permission.