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soy.el.che  
6 Nov 2008 20:05 | Quote
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offtopic... urgent. i need to make a 5 pages essay for tomorrow about two books i suposedly read. ive searched for an essays structure, and every essay has a "problem" something that needs answering. the case is i dunno if i should invent a problem which is solved by the books or should i just write what i learnt from them.... need answers before tomorrow.... its 20% of my final grade, now u know why im so desperate to write about this in a guitar forum...
Ozzfan486  
6 Nov 2008 20:18 | Quote
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Grammar + Latino + Asking American Musicians = I dunno but something bad.

rofl. Just skim the two books. Get the plot and go from there man. good luck.
Crunch  
6 Nov 2008 21:14 | Quote
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I'm good with essays and the like, but I'm not sure what you're asking... Actually, I'm not sure if you asked anything at all, but this- http://www.sparknotes.com/ - should help you :)

The names of the books might help too!
EMB5490  
6 Nov 2008 22:09 | Quote
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lol sparknotes, or what i do, say

1)i forgot it at home, and do it as fast as u can by monday
2)say your printer ran out of ink and you couldnt print it
3)i tryed emailing it and it didnt work
4)copy it from some of your friends
5)pray:
shes absent
she has short tern memory loss
she just got hit in the head with a golf ball
is a retard
shes a sucker
6)YOUR SCREWED!
soy.el.che  
6 Nov 2008 22:18 | Quote
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6) is the most probable answer..
i usually use answer # 1. i can cut my hand of, it has to be handwritten, yep that will work
EMB5490  
7 Nov 2008 06:40 | Quote
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ur pencil broke! lol
Ozzfan486  
7 Nov 2008 06:48 | Quote
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lol.
JazzMaverick  
7 Nov 2008 08:07 | Quote
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Just make sure not to copy someone else's work. If you have more than five words that aren't your own words, you'll be done for plagiarism. So be careful.
EMB5490  
7 Nov 2008 15:25 | Quote
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nah hes in high school, dont listen copy! in college u cant.
JazzMaverick  
8 Nov 2008 10:55 | Quote
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It's everywhere, in any school, college or uni. It doesn't matter. It's a serious crime. And if they check, you could possibly be expelled.
6StringEvil  
8 Nov 2008 11:47 | Quote
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eeekss...expelling poor children just for referring to some other work!!!...
im always up for copyright, left and centre..hehehe..
GRX40  
8 Nov 2008 12:20 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
nah hes in high school, dont listen copy! in college u cant.


Dude, they caught my brother's friend for it in elementary school. He copied a poem and changed the title to it, and he almost got tossed out of school when he got caught. All the teacher did was Google Search the first line, and it turned out that it was already a published poem.

In my school (a high school), we have to submit all of our essays to a website that automatically checks them for plagiarism. You can get expelled for cheating/copying, and it goes on your permanent record, which really hurts your chances of going to college.
jcb3000  
8 Nov 2008 12:38 | Quote
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instead of copying. read through the essay, pick out key ideas of it then put them in your own words. its not plagarism, its research.
Heather  
8 Nov 2008 15:30 | Quote
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I recomend you do it, do what Ozz said get the plot etc, but make sure include a few relivant qutoes from any section out of the story.
JazzMaverick  
8 Nov 2008 17:14 | Quote
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The only thing you CAN do, is quote something and then reference where it came from.

Or like what JCB said, put it in your own words, and make sure it actually is your own words, not changing two words and saying that's that.


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