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Do you cite a paraphrase?

Do you cite a paraphrase?

Paraphrase: You are paraphrasing when you take someone else’s words and rewrite them in your own words without altering the meaning or providing interpretation. Paraphrases are about the same length as the original. Always cite your paraphrase.

How do you in text cite Ibid?

Rule: If material from the same source is quoted in the next page or two, and there are no intervening quotations from other sources, “Ibid.” may be used in place of the standard reference. The page number should be included if the reference is from a different page than the previous reference.

How do you write Ibid in APA?

No. APA never uses ibid. Instead, give each citation using author names as usual. To learn about how APA uses Latin abbreviations in the APA official blog.

What does Ibid mean in APA?

Ibid. is a Latin word, short for ibidem, which means the same place. It is the term used to provide an endnote or footnote citation or reference for a source that was cited in the preceding endnote or footnote.