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if its a really long poem then you underline it but most of the time you put quotation marks
Video titles are typically put into quotation marks. However, this only applies to episode titles. Usually with movie titles they are italicized with specific clips put into quotations.
Underline it or italicize it depending in the convention in use at your school or college.
I think you mean if you underline it, put it in quotations or put it in italic. I'm sorry but I don't know.
No, you would put in quotations. For example: "Love Story"
No, you underline the title of a book. you put the name of the chapter in quotation marks.
If it is a novel, then you underline. However, if it is a short story, poem, news article etc. then you put it in quotation marks. Hope this helps:)
Whenever possible, italicize novel titles. Otherwise, underline them.
No you don't, you can put the song title in quotations thought as a substitute.
No. You put " " quotation marks around it.
you can put it in quotation marks or underline it
No, you underline Novels and books
Either underline or put i n quotations. NOT BOTH
I use quotation marks. It's not a hard and fast rule.
Say the title is The Mockingbird. You would underline it not put quotation marks around it
You would put quotation marks around radio shows because they are talking.
Put Quote marks around the title.
You either underline it or put quotation marks around it.
No- although sometimes it is important and proper grammar to underline, italicize, or put quotation marks around the title.
Qutation marks for essays, short stories, poems, movies underline for book titles
yes of course you do in any story you can put quotations in
According to MLA formating, titles of radio programs require either underlining or italics. Specific episodes of that radio program require quotations.
If it is a long work, such as a novel or epic poem, yes. If it is a short work such a poem or episode no, you put it in quotations.
Put the name if the poem in quotations and capitalize each word of the title.
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