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Signal phrases are a combination of words that include reporting verbs and nouns; for example, think of a newspaper discussing events and presenting both sides of the story through quotes of an interview, descriptions of a scene and facts.
Presenting information in writing is similar; besides quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing, you must also include context, citations, and an explanations of a source.
WHY SHOULD I CARE ABOUT THEM?
SIGNAL PHRASES WITH EXAMPLES
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VERB TENSES WITH APA
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CHOOSING THE RIGHT VERB
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