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Paraphrasing Service

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In avoiding plagiarism, paraphrasing is necessary as long as you give credit to the original author/source by citing the sources.

Of course, even after a text is paraphrased, there is still a certain degree of similarities due to some terminologies that have no substitute. In this case, paraphrasing is required to reduce the similarity index.

In paraphrasing, we don’t straight away substitute a word with its synonym, or turn a clause from active into passive form and vice versa. We go beyond that. 

We take the time to give a text to be rephrased the care and attention it deserves. Normally, before rephrasing we read through repeatedly to get to the essence of it and digest its meaning.  

It is a necessary step before we produce a rephrased version of the text, rewritten in our own way to minimise any similarities with the source text and yet still conveys the message as initially intended.

However, we want to set things straight from the beginning.

Even though we provide paraphrasing servic…

Disclaimer

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IMPORTANT:
Much as we want to tailor our rewriting service to your requirements, there are limitations on the extent to which we are willing to go.
Any form of rewriting or rephrasing that violates the plagiarism and copyright act will be immediately declined.
We absolutely reject any request for rewriting or paraphrasing of any work, whether as a whole or in part, that belongs to other authors but which you want to pass off as your own as it is ablatant act of plagiarism.
We may help you to paraphrase* certain phrases to avoid plagiarism, but you still need to cite your sources if the ideas and arguments are not originally yours - obviously so when the paraphrased sentences are merely a regurgitation of other people's ideas. 
Thus, it is in your best interest to cite your sources to avoid losing your credibility as the original author of your thesis paper.

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*Notwithstanding the above, we reserve the right to r…