- Plagiarism is using someone else’s work (text, pictures etc.) as your own.
- Plagiarism is a quote from a source that you can use in internet and that should written in your own words.
- Plagiarism is rewriting someone else’s text. Not giving the sources of the text.
- When you don’t acknowledge someone for their work looks like they’re your own words.
- The copying of information and claiming it to be your own without referencing or giving any sources as to where the information originates.
- Plagiarism is when a person submits the work of other man/people as their own without permission or referencing.
- Plagiarism is taking someone else’s work and saying its your own work and without giving any credit to the writer.
- To copy someone else’s work without them knowing and claiming it as your own.
Credit where credit is due: these plagiarism exercises were designed by The University of Leeds; for which much thanks.