Italics And Underlining: Words, Letters, And Numbers Mentioned As Themselves
When you want to identify a word, letter, or number as itself, you can italicize it. It’s not necessary; you can use your judgement as to whether or not the italics are required for the sake of clarity.
The silent e’s on the end of the words are hard enough to remember; a silent p at the beginning of the word is ridiculous.
How many i’s are there in Mississippi?
Throughout your essay on Christianity, you forgot to capitalize the word God.
The word happy is overused; try using blissful or ecstatic instead.
Today’s show has been brought to you by the number 5.
Your estimate is a little low; I think I’d add another 0 to the end of that number.
If you’re writing by hand and unable to use italics, you can use quotation marks instead.
Please define “persnickety” for me.
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