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17. Identify the word or phrase that should be in italics: He felt like a character in a Steven Spielberg movie as he listened to a Strauss waltz while eating spaghetti in the dining car. (1 point) Steven Spielberg Strauss waltz spaghetti no error 18. Identify the sentence that contains an error in punctuation or capitalization. (1 point) "Good morning," Ms. Roper said. "Please open your copies of The Hobbit to page 45." "I've left my book at home, said Emily. "May I share with someone else?" Ms. Roper handed out an article on J. R. R. Tolkien from Smithsonian magazine. "I can’t wait to read the rest of his books," said Rick. 19. Identify the choice that contains no errors in punctuation or use of italics. (1 point) Catherine asked, "Where are you going"? "We're going to volunteer at the animal shelter," said Dan, "Do you want to come?" "Do they have puppies there?" she asked. "Of course. Did you think they had elephants?", Dan asked her.
what grade is this?
10th grade @Pinkpiggy
Ok, i can't really help you I'm very sorry, iil tag someone tho, I'm only middle
okay thank you
i taged a couple pros, hope they can help you!
@mathmale @Hayhayz @Directrix @oreolo @Emmydacat
when to use italics: Emphasis: When you want to emphasize a certain word or phrase in a sentence. (She was the only girl in the class who got 100% on the exam.) Titles of Works Foreign Words/Technical Terms/Unfamiliar Words: When we are writing a text in one particular language (i.e. English) and want to introduce a foreign word or phrase, we tend to italicize the foreign words. (The word for cat in Spanish is gato.) We do not italicize parts of larger works. For example, chapters in a book, poems, sections of newspapers, songs in a CD We also do not italicize religious books
i believe the first one has no error
18. "I've left my book at home, said Emily. "May I share with someone else?"
19. "Do they have puppies there?" she asked.