Practical English Usage
English grammar and vocabulary exercises
Italicize the following (or underline if writing by hand or using a typewriter):
The titles of books, plays, book-length poems, magazines, and newspapers:
War and Peace
The titles of movies and radio and television programs:
The titles of works of art, including paintings, sculptures, and major musical compositions:
Mona Lisa (painting)
Do not italicize musical compositions named by number or key: Symphony No. 4; Quartet in E minor.
Words, letters, and numbers used as such:
How do you spell please?
Foreign words and phrases that have not been assimilated into English:
Alex's Weltanschauung was gloomy.
Words and phrases that are being emphasized:
Paris was the place to be in the '20s.
The names of ships, aircraft, and space vehicles:
See alsoHow to write dates?
Use of Capital letters
Some useful spelling rules
Formal and informal speech and writing
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