When mediocre students turn in suspiciously impressive papers, I often suspect that they were purchased from term-paper mills, written by someone else, or lifted from the Internet.
I usually find out. One former student credited some material to web sites, but lifted other material wholesale and word-for-word from a web site without crediting it.
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Reply Ameile-anwen Bryone says: 14 Jun 2014 at 6:15 am when you say page numbers Wordworth-Fuller 20are you referring to the page number within the MLA document or the page number the text appears on within the authors works. Jerz says: 14 Jun 2014 at 12:02 pm In this case, your paper would be referring to something you found on page 20 hod the text by Wordsworth-Fuller.Read more