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How can we analyze that the papers are not plagiarized?

james nataliaThreads: 1
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Author: james
Apr 28, 2010, 01:29am   #1
here every body says that we provide non-plagiarized but how can we analyze that the papers are not plagiarized?
please tell me about that, or send me some real non-plagiarized websites, i really need that.

DannyBoyThreads: 2
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Apr 28, 2010, 01:33am   #2
I dont think there is anyway to analyze or check that the papers are not plagiarized. It depends on the morality of the forum-ers, I believe.

EF_KevinThreads: 33
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Apr 29, 2010, 10:47am   #3
If you are talking about buying a paper instead of writing it, I think you are wasting your money. Maybe you have trouble writing in English, but actually you can write a list of sentences here in this forum and we will help you turn it into an essay. That is the way to become a good writer.

I want to show you this example of someone who speaks English as a SECOND LANGUAGE and has become very skillful by practicing here: http://www.essayforum.com/essay-writing-feedback-3/schools-should-ask- students-evaluate-teachers-16684/

Even if you just write some sentences, we can help you to make them good ones, and we can use them as the topic sentences for paragraphs in your essay.

Try writing a paragraph:
Write a sentence about something.
Write a sentence with an example of what you mean.
Write another sentence to explain some more.
Write a thoughtful conclusion sentence for the paragraph.

I also hope you will help other people here by looking at other people's essays and telling them what you think about the them.

I wish I was bilingual, like you! I hope we can help you improve your writing!

NotomanThreads: 20
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Author: Noto
Apr 29, 2010, 02:34pm   #4
It sounds like you are asking for a website where you can purchase or copy papers, put your name to them, and then turn them in without your professor knowing that you copied them from the Interent. We don't do that here.

If you are asking how you can tell whether or not a paper has been plaigiarized, there are several websites that offer plagiarizism detection. I like to use dustball.com because it doesn't require registration and is free. You can just Google some of the key phrases as well.

MikeMagThreads: -
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Author: Michael Magalhaes
Nov 16, 2010, 05:52am   #5
There are websites like turnitin.com that can detect plagiarism. Alot of teachers use this in highschools and colleges. Its pretty accurate from what ive seen, and awfully sensitive. I'm sure this site may have some sort of plagiarism detector back at head quarters.

himynameisamyThreads: -
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Author: Amy Boyd
Nov 16, 2010, 06:04am   #6
There are sites that can detect plagiarism and alot of teachers and tutors have the software. It searches through Google and pages on the net and if it comes up with more that 10% similarity, it will say the paper is plagiarised. You are much better to write the essay yourself and get it checked and drafted on this site or by a teacher. Or, if you must use someone else's work for inspiration, just use the thesaurus and change the words and then alter the sentance order.

EF_KevinThreads: 33
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Nov 26, 2010, 11:14am   #7
Yeah... the most important task is to be able to communicate well. Also, in a globalizing world smart readers do not judge anybody for writing with imperfect English. What is more impressive -- writing perfect English or being bilingual? I would rather hire a person who is bilingual.

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