Lesson 399 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Italics/Underlining

Material that is italicized in print or by computer is underlined in typewritten or hand written work.
Italicize titles of books; of long plays and long poems; of periodicals, newspapers and magazines.
Instructions: Italicize those words which need italics in these sentences.
1. At the doctor’s office I read from two magazines, Time and Newsweek.
2. I take two daily newspapers, the Daily Herald and the Deseret News.
3. I love Dickens’s story of the French Revolution A Tale of Two Cities.
4. When in San Francisco, I saw the famous play Les Miserables.
5. Have you read the long poem The Idylls of the King?
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. At the doctor’s office I read from two magazines, Time and Newsweek.
2. I take two daily newspapers, the Daily Herald and the Deseret News.
3. I love Dickens’s story of the French Revolution A Tale of Two Cities.
4. When in San Francisco, I saw the famous play Les Miserables.
5. Have you read the long poem The Idylls of the King?

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