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Find Out How To Rephrase Sentences

Why is it important to know how to rephrase sentences?

We rephrase sentences for a variety of reasons but typically to:

  • Show that we fully understand them
  • To make them easier to understand
  • To repurpose them for a different audience
  • To avoid any issues with plagiarism

Plagiarism is using someone else’s words or ideas without attributing them to the original author. If you use another writer’s work it should be within quotation marks and you need to cite the details of the author and the publication according to the format that you are using for your paper.

Paraphrasing or rephrasing is when you repeat what the other writer has said in your own words for one of the reasons listed above. The ideas however still need to be attributed to the original author within your academic paper.

How to reword the sentence

Learning how to rephrase sentences is far from easy as most people go about it in the wrong manner and may still be plagiarizing the original text. You cannot just;

  • Use the original text exactly as written.
  • Change a few words here and there or switch the order of a few phrases; you are still using the bulk of the words written by the original author and their ideas.
  • You cannot just switch each word in turn for a synonym (word that means the same) as a piece of software would. You are still plagiarizing as you are still using the exact same structure and order of ideas merely swapping words for alternatives that mean the same.

If you want to know how to rephrase sentences then you first have to understand them. Paraphrasing is getting the same ideas over in your own words. This means writing in your own language and style for your specific audience to convey the exact meaning of the original. If you cannot understand the original you cannot explain it to anyone else. So to paraphrase you need to;

  • Read the original several times until you have a full understanding of what is being explained.
  • Make notes of the points discussed using your own words.
  • Use those notes not the original text to rewrite the text in your own words; taking care to write according to the style and purpose of your paper.
  • Compare the two versions to ensure that you have not reused blocks of text.

At the end of this process your paraphrased version should not be in the same order as the original text, nor should it contain any blocks of text that are lifted directly or similar to the original writing.

Who can paraphrase a sentence for me?

Not everyone knows how to rephrase sentences so if you are struggling then it is best to seek help rather than risk having problems with plagiarism. We are a highly professional rewording and paraphrasing company that can paraphrase sentences, paraphrase a paragraph and even entire papers and articles to your specific needs. We use subject experts that hold higher degrees that will be able to fully understand the text that you require rephrased. They will write according to your specific requirements and we will both proofread and put through a plagiarism tester the rewritten text. So if you want the help of someone that really knows how to rephrase sentences just contact our experts here today.