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Tutor profile: Ibrahim F.

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Ibrahim F.
Academic librarian working mainly in public services
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Subject: French

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How do I say "it is raining in Paris" in French?

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Ibrahim F.
Answer:

"Il pleut a Paris"

Subject: Arabic

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How do you say library science in Arabic?

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Ibrahim F.
Answer:

علم المكتبات

Subject: Library and Information Science

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How to avoid unintentional plagiarism, and how to correctly cite and reference your sources in APA Style?

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Answer:

When borrowing an idea from another author you need to properly acknowledge the author: - if you want to include a word to word reproduction in your research you have to put the borrowed idea between quotation marks followed by an in-text citation (last name of the author, date of publication, page numbers). Ex: (Smith, 2018, p. 15). - paraphrasing is a more common method, it consists of absorbing the information and formulate it in your own words, but you still need to include an in-text citation at the end of the paragraph as mentioned above. - you need to include all the resources you have used in the list of references at the end of your research according to the APA standards that you can find in their published book or online,

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