What is Emphasize in a sentence?
We should emphasize on our studies more. This is a sample sentence containing emphasize.
We should emphasize on improving our verbals skills. This is a sentence containing emphasize.
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I should not have to emphasize further. Let me emphasize my most poignant points.
I cannot emphasize my point more strongly.
That hairstyle will emphasize the shape of your face. Ms. Haskings wanted me to emphasize certain points of my speech.
Let me emphasize the most important part of my parameters to you.
This pretty silver belt will emphasize your tiny waistline.
I cannot emphasize more strongly the importance of wearing sunscreen on hot days.
I can give you several sentences. I cannot emphasize this rule enough. In your report, remember to emphasize something by underlining it. Musicians emphasize notes by playing them slightly louder.
you just did I don't quite understand what you're saying, could you please emphasize?
Islam emphasized on getting education.
He needed to emphasize the importance of wearing protection from the cold weather. For certain words it is important to emphasize certain syllables. He planned to emphasize some words in his report by underlining them.
Underlining words within a sentence is one way to emphasize them.
Each day, teachers emphasize how important it is for students to follow classroom rules and procedures.
If you want to emphasize it. You can do it.
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To italicize something means to emphasize certain words or parts of a sentence or paragraph.
He repeated himself several times to emphasize his point. Wearing that thick belt will emphasize your tiny waist. The principal said, "I need to emphasize how important it is that all students follow the rules." Use a highlighter to emphasize the important details in the article. I can't emphasize this enough - If you hear the fire alarm, get out of the building!
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Yes- it sets off information from the sentence and draws the attention of your reader.
I want to emphasize, you must use "an" before a word that starts with a vowel.He slapped his forehead, as if to emphasize his point. The text was in italics to emphasize the word's feeling.
Be sure to emphasize your experience as a nanny when you apply for the kindergarten position. She doesn't like to wear tight jeans because she thinks they emphasize her wide hips. The teacher emphasized all my son's strengths so we left the conference feeling very good about the school year.
The professor would often gesticulate during his lectures to emphasize important concepts.
You say it at the beginning of a sentence to emphasize the fact that you want the other person to believe you.
Beck did emphasize that the risk society is produced because the certitudes of industrial society dominates thought and action.
"I would like to emphasize that tossing dirty clothes near the laundry basket is not helping with the housework".
Emphasize is a verb
"Emphasize" is a verb.
An exemplification paragraph is a paragraph in which you start off with a general topic sentence and then give examples to emphasize more about the topic.
Adjectives are words that are used to describe a Noun. Adverb are words used in a sentence to describe or emphasize a Verb.
Yes, You can start a sentence with "And" (or "but" too!). It is actually considered a good way of sentence formation these days (Earlier it was said that conjunctions should not begin a sentence. However, modern English accepts such sentence formation) to emphasize the relationship of the sentence to the previous sentence. For example, "She is very pretty. And,smart too." Here the second sentence starts with "And" itself and is not used as a conjunction.
Here are some examples of how to use emphasis (emphasized words are in all caps): ...but I CAN'T! I LOVE icecream! I don't WANT to!
The word 'emphasize' is a verb, not an adjective. The abstract noun form of the verb to emphasize is emphasis.
The past tense of emphasize is emphasized.
The noun form of the verb to emphasize is emphasis.
what did the Chinese views of nature emphasize
You emphasize part of it. e.g. Emphasize
One way you can emphasize text is by highlighting it. Another way you can emphasize text is by underlining the text.
It depends on the context. If the sentence is meant to be spoken like a simple description or narrative (such as it being bad but not overly so), then no. Punctuate with a period. If the sentence is meant to emphasize shock or anxiety (because it is sudden or extreme), then yes. Use the exclamation point.
The effect of industrialization was to de-emphasize the what?
Command economies emphasize government allocation of production.
Conservatives emphasize order, continuity, and loyalty.
Let me emphasize my point by utilizing this small, graphic poster.
No, it does not. Parentheses are used to include information that is not essential to the sentence. They can also be used to de-emphasize information. Of course, you can have complete sentences in parentheses, but it is not necessary.
There are indeed three types of supporting details, namely, supporting sentences, detail sentences and concluding sentence. The supporting sentences is tied to the topic sentence; the detail sentences is related to supporting sentences, and concluding sentence re-emphasize the the topic sentence. In fact, there are four elements in a good paragraph - topic sentence, supporting sentences, detail sentences and concluding sentence. I hope that solves your problem.
Initially, to define the word emphasize is to mean, to set apart (something) as important. The word emphasize has many synonyms of which are: underscore, punctuate, and underline.
The lecturer read out an excerpt from his recently published paper to his class to emphasize his point. Also excerpt is a short film or a piece of music from a text. I hope this helps :)
Her voice was without a vestige of sympathy. Vestige: 1. A trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exists. 2. The smallest amount (used to emphasize the absence of something)
Extreme exaggeration used to emphasize a point is called hyperbole.
general will was more of a Rousseau idea. Voltaire did not emphasize it, but he most certainly did not disagree with it.