what do these phrases mean??
1) to take credit for something you haven't done
2 ) too keep your ayes on you paper
3) to copy something word for word
this expression are realted with academic dishonesty.
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When students are taking an exam or test and don't know an answer, they might sneak a glance at the test paper of the person sitting next to them. If the teacher catches them doing this, they'll announce "Keep your eyes on your own paper."2 ) too keep your ayes on you paper
This is plagiarism. It means to submit someone else's words under your own name. It could be something as simple as copying an entry from the Encyclopedia Britannica for a school assignment. But instead of interpreting the information from the encyclopedia and writing it in his own words, the student simply writes down exactly what is published in the book.3) to copy something word for word