Welcome to Grammar Lesson Monday!
This continuous series will address many common grammar mistakes made in the media and that I've seen more than once. I strive to make the world a better place with good grammar.
Today, we will learn about when to use underline or italics...Part 1.
I got my reference for this here.
You never use both underline and italics. It's one or the other, and you should be consistent throughout your document; meaning, if you choose to underline things, then only use underlines...the same applies for italics. Personally, I prefer italics, but if your word processor doesn't support italics, then you'll have to use underlines.
Let's address the obvious underline or italics today. Anything listed below should always be underlined or italicized. Do not put these in quotations!
Long musical pieces (like The Firebird Suite, The Nutcracker Suite)
That's it for today. Celebrate good grammar!
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