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How to say this sentence in English although it means someone is cheating means


Someone is writing something seeing the notes or the books.


How to say this in a complaint form.

Like,

Sir, he is writing the answers seeing the book.


Although one could say that he is teaching.

But I want say it in the previous form to describe the technique of cheating properly.

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