All About Italics


The use of italics has become popular. It is the modern equivalent of underlining.

Use italics:

  1. For titles of books, movies, songs and newspapers.
  2. To emphasise words.
  3. To indicate foreign words.
  4. To indicate an example.

 by Amanda Patterson

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