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Here are some ways to check for content duplicity or plagiarism:
- Use a plagiarism checker tool, such as Turnitin, Grammarly, or Copyscape, which compare your text with a vast database of published works and online content to identify similarities.
- Manually check for similarities in the content by comparing your text with the original sources, using quotation marks for exact quotes, and rephrasing paraphrased content in your own words.
- Check for common phrases or sentences that may have been copied from the original source and look for changes made only to the structure or syntax of the text.
- Use search engines like Google or Bing to search for unique phrases or sentences from your content and identify any matches with existing content online.
- Check for references and citations, and ensure that they are properly cited and formatted according to the appropriate style guide.
- Be aware of self-plagiarism, where you reuse your own previously published work without proper citation or attribution.
- Make sure to always give credit to the original source if you are using any content or ideas from another author or researcher.
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