In my English class our teacher tells us to underline titles of book, names in movies
Qutation marks for essays, short stories, poems, movies underline for book titles
No, you do not underline the title on your essay. It may not be necessary.
No,you do not underline movies
Underline it !
You only underline a title of a book if it is part of the essay and not the title of the essay. Understand?
yes ether underline the title in the essay or italicize it
no you do not
No don't underline movies in APA style.
In an article essay you underline the title.
No, it is no necessary to underline proper nouns in a regular or formative essay, unless used to exaggerate.
When citing a shorter work (essay, magazine or newspaper article, short poem, chapter of a book, one-act play, song, etc.) in your essay, place the title in quotation marks. It is only appropriate to italicize titles of longer works (books, movies, epic poetry, albums, magazines, newspapers, etc.). If, however, you are handwriting your essay, go ahead and underline these titles. That being said, a strict answer to your question is no. You should not underline the title of an essay when using it in your own essay. You should place it in quotation marks.
It depends on the format (MLA or APA), but you typically (MLA) italicize titles of shows, movies, and books.
Don't ever use facebook in an essay!
Yes, you would underline the titles of magazines mentioned in an essay. The underline signifies italics. Titles of articles within a magazine would be enclosed within quotation marks.
No, you do not underline the authors name only the book title.
No, you quote it.