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Material that is italicized in print or by computer is underlined in typewritten or hand written work.
Italicize titles of long musical works and motion pictures; of ships, aircraft and trains.
Instructions: Italicize those words which need italics in these sentences.
1. How many times have you seen Gone with the Wind?
2. Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance is scheduled for next year.
3. The Heber Creeper is an old style train that stills runs.
4. Trax is a commuter rail that runs in Salt Lake City.
5. His plane is called the Silly Goose.

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Answers:
1. How many times have you seen Gone with the Wind?
2. Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance is scheduled for next year.
3. The Heber Creeper is an old style train that stills runs.
4. Trax is a commuter rail that runs in Salt Lake City.
5. His plane is called the Silly Goose.
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Material that is italicized in print or by computer is underlined in typewritten or hand written work.
Italicize titles of books; of long plays and long poems; of periodicals, newspapers and magazines.
Instructions: Italicize those words which need italics in these sentences.
1. At the doctor's office I read from two magazines, Time and Newsweek.
2. I take two daily newspapers, the Daily Herald and the Deseret News.
3. I love Dickens's story of the French Revolution A Tale of Two Cities.
4. When in San Francisco, I saw the famous play Les Miserables.
5. Have you read the long poem The Idylls of the King?

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Answers:
1. At the doctor's office I read from two magazines, Time and Newsweek.
2. I take two daily newspapers, the Daily Herald and the Deseret News.
3. I love Dickens's story of the French Revolution A Tale of Two Cities.
4. When in San Francisco, I saw the famous play Les Miserables.
5. Have you read the long poem The Idylls of the King?
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Material that is italicized in print or by computer is underlined in typewritten or hand written work.
Italicize words used emphatically, but it should not be overdone. Example: You never agree with me.
Instructions: Italicize those words which you could emphasize in these sentences.
1. I do not like that at all.
2. That was an awesome movie.
3. I love your dress.
4. You always slur your words when you speak.
5. She overdoes everything.

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Answers:
1. I do not like that at all.
2. That was an awesome movie.
3. I love your dress.
4. You always slur your words when you speak.
5. She overdoes everything.
(You could emphasize any word that you wanted, but again you should do so sparingly.)
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Material that is italicized in print or by computer is underlined in typewritten or hand written work.
Italicize figures, letters, signs and words referred to as words. Example: How many j's are there in your brother's name?
Instructions: Italicize those words, figures, letters, or signs which need italics in these sentences.
1. Have you crossed your t's and dotted your i's?
2. I am tired of all your answers being wait.
3. Do not use &'s in place of and's in your paper.
4. Your m's look like w's most of the time.
5. There are three 5's in her phone number.

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Answers:
1. Have you crossed your t's and dotted your i's?
2. I am tired of all your answers being wait.
3. Do not use &'s in place of and's in your paper.
4. Your m's look like w's most of the time.
5. There are three 5's in her phone number.
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