The first form of plagiarism is where one uses someone else's words or ideas without attribution. The second form of plagiarism is where one paraphrases someone else's original work and submits it as their own unique content. The third form of unoriginal writing is where the writer lifts more than 10 words from one source consecutively. Generally, any work that is copied from others either partially or wholly without provision of professional credits is deemed as unoriginal.
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