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Plagiarism can be define as a use of a close imitation of language and thought of another representation of them as one original work. With the accessibility of the materials through the Internet, students can plagiarise by copying and pasting information from other sources. This is often easily detective by the teachers for several reasons. First, students choice's sources are frequently unoriginal, and structure may receive the same copied from a popular source from several students. Second, it is often easy to tell whether students used their own voice. Third, students might choose sources which were inappropriate topic or contains incorrect information. Fourth, the lecturer may insist submitted work which is first submitted to an online plagiarism detector. In the academic world, plagiarism by students is a serious advance that can result in punishment such as falling the particular assignment or even a whole course module, for cases of repeated plagiarism or cases a copy pieces of writing as an original work that the students might be dispensed or expelled. In many universities, academic degree might be evolved as the penalty for plagiarism

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It is great to hear Simon's charming voice.

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@Thu
You are excellent.

Plagiarism can be defined as the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as ones original work. With the accessibility of materials through the Internet, students can plagiarise by copying and pasting information from other sources. This is often easily detected by the teachers for several reasons. First, student’s choice of sources are frequently unoriginal, instructors may receive the same passage copied from a popular source from several students. Second, it is often easy to tell whether a student used their own voice. Third, students may choose sources which are inappropriate, off topic or contain incorrect information. Fourth, lecturers may insists that submitted work is first submitted to an online plagiarism detector. In the academic world, plagiarism by students is a very serious offence that can result in punishments such as failing the particular assignment or even the whole course module. For cases of repeated plagiarism or for cases in which a student commit severe plagiarism, for instance, submitting a copy piece of writing as original work, a student may be suspended or expelled. In many universities, academic degrees or rewards may be revoked as a penalty for plagiarism.

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Thank you.

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Thank you for recording your voice Simon . Your intonation is extremely clear and your speed is bit slower than a listening test . However , the questions are more tricky and every gap needs your 100% attention . Good challenge to my ears :)

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Hello Simon,

In the part 2 of IELTS Speaking Test, the question askes me to describe about an activity that help me keep fit and stay healthy. So is it ok if I talked about SWIMMING?

I'm looking forward to receive your answer as soon as possible.

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Thank you, teacher!

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USE OF DASH : we are seeing a lot of use of dash in ielts reading passage. sir, can you please tell me when the writer use dash and what is the meaning of this dash.what is our role when read on?

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CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

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Plagiarism can be defined as the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author, and the representation of them as one's own original work. With the accessibility of the material through internet, students can plagiarise by copying and pasting information from other sources. This is often easily detected by teachers for several reasons. First, student's choices of sources are frequently unoriginal, intructors may recieve the same passage copied from a popular source from several students. Second, it's often easy to tell whether the students used their own voice. Third, students may choose sources which are inappropriate, off-topic or contain incorrect information. Fourth, lecturers may insist a submitted work is first submitted to an online plagiarism detector. In the academic world, plagiarism by students is a very serious offence which can result in punishments such as failing the particular assignments or even the whole course module. For cases of repeated plagiarism, or for cases in which students commit severe plagiarism, for instance, submitting a copy piece of writing as original work, a student maybe suspended or expelled. In many universities, academic degrees or awards maybe revorked as a penalty for plagiarism.

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Plagiarism can be defined as a use of close imitation of language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as ones original work.With the accessibility of materials through the internet,students can plagiarize by coping and pasting information from other sources.This is often easily detected by teachers for several reasons:
First,students’ choice of sources are frequently unoriginal ,and instructors may receive the same passage copied from a popular source from several students.Second,it is always easy to tell whether students use their own voice.
Third,students may choose sources which are inappropriate off topic or contains incorrect information.Fourth,lectures may insist that submitted work is first submitted to an online plagiarism detector.In the academic world,plagiarism by students is a very serious offense that can result in punishments, such as falling the particular assignment or even the whole course module.For cases of repeated plagiarism or for cases in which a student commit severe plagiarism, for instance, submitting a copy piece of writing as original work a student may be suspended or expelled. In many universities, academic degrees or rewards may be revoked as a penalty for plagiarism.

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Plagiarism can be defined as the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work.
With the accessibility of materials through the Internet students can plagiarise by copying and pasting information from other sources.
This is often easily detected by teachers for several reasons.
First, student's choice of sources are frequently unoriginal.
Instructors may receive the same passage copied from a popular source from several students.
Second, it is often easy to tell whether a student use their own voice.
Third, students may choose sources which are inappropriate, off-topic or contain incorrect information.
Forth, lectors may (insist if a submitted work) is first submitted to an on-line plagiarism detector.
In the academic world plagiarism by students is a very serious offence, they can result in punishments such as failing the particular assignment or even the whole course module.
For cases of repeated plagiarism or for cases in which a student commit severe plagiarism, for instance submitting a copy piece of writing as original work, a student may be suspended or expelled.
In many universities, academic degrees or awards may be revoked as a penalty for plagiarism.

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thoughts
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Plagiarism can be defined as a use of close imitation of language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as ones original work.With the accessibility of materials through the internet,students can plagiarize by coping and pasting information from other sources.This is often easily detected by teachers for several reasons:
First,students’ choice of sources are frequently unoriginal ,and instructors may receive the same passage copied from a popular source from several students.Second,it is always easy to tell whether students use their own voice.
Third,students may choose sources which are inappropriate off topic or contains incorrect information.Fourth,lectures may insist that submitted work is first submitted to an online plagiarism detector.In the academic world,plagiarism by students is a very serious offense that can result in punishments, such as falling the particular assignment or even the whole course module.For cases of repeated plagiarism or for cases in which a student commit severe plagiarism, for instance, submitting a copy piece of writing as original work a student may be suspended or expelled. In many universities, academic degrees or rewards may be revoked as a penalty for plagiarism.

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Plagiarism can be defined as the use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and presentations of them as one’s own original work. With accessibility of materials through the internet, students can plagiarize by pasting and coping information from other sources. This is often easily detected by teachers for several reasons.First, students choices’ of sources are frequently unoriginal. Instructors may receive the same passage copied from a popular source for several students. Second, it is often easy to tell whether the students use their own voice. Third, students may choose sources which are inappropriate, off topic, or contain incorrect information. Fourth, lecturers may insist a submitted work is first submitted to online plagiarism detector, In an academic world, plagiarism by students is a very serious offence. They can result in punishments such as failing a particular assignment, or even the whole course module. For cases of repeated plagiarism, or for cases in which students commit severe plagiarism, for instance, submit a copy piece of writing of original work, a student may be suspended or expelled. In many universities, academic degrees or awards may be revoked as a penalty for plagiarism.

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