• anonymous
HEY GUYS! so i am writing a quote. It says, " All it means is that the connections you are trying to form take you a little longer than normal. It does not mean you are dumb.” If i wanted to show that the person saying this added significant emphasis to the word "not" how word i do that? italics maybe?
  • Stacey Warren - Expert
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  • jagatuba
Yes italics is customary for adding emphasis. However, if that emphasis was not added in the original text and you are adding it yourself, you need to say so [emphasis added].

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