OregonDuck
  • OregonDuck
7th grade help
English
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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OregonDuck
  • OregonDuck
During research, you read the following passage on a website: Although a cone snail looks beautiful, it is very deadly. It uses a harpoon-like tooth to paralyze its prey and then swallow it whole. It can even change its poison depending on the animal it is attacking. You write the following passage in your informational article: The cone snail can change its poison depending on the animal it attacks. After paralyzing its prey with a harpoon-like tooth, it swallows it whole. Although it is very deadly, it looks beautiful. Which choice best describes what you wrote? It is a strong example of paraphrasing. It successfully rephrases the main idea in a new way. It is not a strong example of paraphrasing. It changes the meaning of the original passage. It is not a strong example of paraphrasing. It just deletes a few words and phrases in between. It is not a strong example of paraphrasing. It just rearranges the original words in a new order.
The_Mobster
  • The_Mobster
It is not a strong example of paraphrasing. It just rearranges the original words in a new order.

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