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    Sourse vs. resourse.

    Hi,
    I would like to know the difference between these two words:Sourse and resourse.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Sourse vs. resourse.

    A resource is something you consult whenever you need- a dictionary is a resource.

    A source is where you got a specific piece of information from, so a book you use for an essay is a source.

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    Re: Sourse vs. resourse.

    So there is no need to cite the resourse, however there is a need to cite the sourse if we are writing a research.

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    Re: Sourse vs. resourse.

    If you use a resource in a piece of writing, it becomes a source for that piece and should be cited, so an encyclopedia, say, would be included in the bibliography if used.

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    Re: Sourse vs. resourse.

    Dictionary, should not be cited in researchs, especially if we consulted them to get some words meanings or for example the thesourse. right?
    Last edited by Latoof; 23-Nov-2004 at 05:51.

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