anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence uses quotation marks correctly? A. Do I need to write "affect" or "effect" in this sentence? B. The movie "Toy Story" is fun for both children and adults. C. Mike's article, "Top Ten Books for the Beach," will appear in tomorrow's edition of our city's newspaper. D. All the zip codes in my county begin with "2."
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gabbyalicorn
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What do you put in "quotation marks"? Article titles from magazines, newspapers, journals - "Censorship is Harmful to Society" Essays - "Feminism in British Literature" Short Stories - "Gramma" (short story by Stephen King) Poems - "The Tyger" (poem by William Blake) Book Chapters - "The American Economy Before the Civil War" Specific pages within a website - "Crohn's Disease" (page found within the CDC's website) Specific episodes of TV shows - "The Trouble with Tribbles" (an episode of Star Trek) Specific episodes of radio programs - "A Conversation with Margaret Atwood" (a specific epside of the radio named All Things Considered) Songs - "Thriller" (song by Michael Jackson) What do you italicize? Books - Twilight by Stephanie Meyer Newspapers - USA Today Magazines - Sports Illustrated Journals - Journal of Fiction Studies Websites - CNN.com Online databases - Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center Plays - Romeo and Juliet by Williams Shakespeare Pamphlets - What You Should Know About the H1N1 Virus (pamphlet from the Center for Disease Control) Films/movie titles - The Breakfast Club Television shows - Glee Radio programs/broadcasts - All Things Considered Album titles - No Line on the Horizon (album by U2) Operas - La boheme (opera by Giacomo Puccini) Dance Performances - The Nutcracker Long Musical Compositions- Symphonie Fantastique (composition by Berlioz) Paintings - I and My Village (painting by Marc Chagall) Sculptures - The Minute Man (sculpture by Daniel Chester French) Ships - USS Arizona Aircraft - Airforce One Spacecraft - Challenger
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? xD
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gabbyalicorn
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yes, articles are suppose to be capitalized.

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