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[sic], stet, (or words to that effect) [UK English version]

[sic], stet, (or words to that effect)  [UK English version]
[sic], stet, (or words to that effect)  [UK English version]
[sic], stet, (or words to that effect)  [UK English version]
[sic], stet, (or words to that effect)  [UK English version]
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How to use the terms [sic], stet, and '(or words to that effect)' in an essay.

Ideal for examination conditions.

Lots of lovely Latin etymology and definitions, eg. verbatim, status quo.

Basic examples (typed and handwritten), based on personal essay (and actual text/quote) excerpts from Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell, Why Weren't We Told? by Henry Reynolds, and The Office (television series).

Tips to memorise quotes.

Example of paraphrasing.

Example of an ellipsis.

Example of an annotation.

Examples of parts of speech, eg. noun, verb, adverb.

Encouragement to identify, define and practise using sophisticated vocabulary.

Encouragement to practise using [sic], stet and '(or words to that effect)'.

English (US) and English (UK) versions available.

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