Jun 2, 2007 ... You put short stories, and article titles in quotation marks. You should put novel,
and movie titles in italics or you could underline the title.
Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television
show titles. Quotation ... However, you should not both italicize and underline a
Apr 3, 2013 ... Italics and underlining generally serve similar purposes. ... Italicize the titles of
magazines, books, newspapers, academic journals, films, television ... Can you
believe, Dot asked me, that it has been almost five years since ...
Punctuating Titles: When to Use Italics, Underlining, and "Quotation Marks." It's
easy for ... rules, you can keep the difference straight: 1) Short ... Title of a Film.
... document for the types of titles you'd underline if you were writing by hand. ...
Title of a movie or play, Name of an act or scene in a movie or a play ... In short, a
title you would italicize within the body of a paper will also be italicized on a ...
Writing that involves mentioning titles can be confusing. ... Adding to the
confusion of knowing when you should italicize, underline or ... Plays, Movies
magazines, or movies by underlining, or italicize, the titles or using quotation
marks. The question, when do you underline and when do you use quotation
Underlining or Italicizing Titles. Titles of longer written works are underlined or
italicized. Longer written works include books, full-length plays, films, longer ...
As a general rule, movie titles are not underlined. They are placed in italics. The
use of italics ... As a general rule, putting a lift kit and bigger tires on a truck will
decrease its gas mileage. There are, however, some ways to mitigate this.
In your writing, sometimes you may need to include the title of a magazine, the
headline of a newspaper article, the title of a song or movie, and so on. ... By
using italic or underlining, you set off titles of larger works or complete works.