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When writing a summary of a text, you must restate the ideas in your own words include your personal opinions make the summary longer than the original include minor details from the text

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  1. anonymous
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    Include minor details?

  2. anonymous
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    what about major details?

  3. anonymous
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    idk its either d or a

  4. anonymous
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    I'd go with A. Summary is more like writing down the main ideas of the text in your OWN words.

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    yea it can be more precise i guess

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    and it's not like you must not use anything other than minor details.

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