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Punctuating Titles. Title , Title or “Title”. Punctuating Titles. The title of a written works are punctuated in special ways. Underline the following titles when you write them by hand: Books Magazines Movies Newspapers. Punctuating Titles.

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Punctuating titles

Punctuating Titles

Title, Title or “Title”


Punctuating titles1

Punctuating Titles

  • The title of a written works are punctuated in special ways.

  • Underline the following titles when you write them by hand:

    • Books

    • Magazines

    • Movies

    • Newspapers


Punctuating titles2

Punctuating Titles

  • The following are set off by italics in printed work:

    • Books

    • Magazines

    • Movies

    • Newspapers


Punctuate the titles

Punctuate the Titles

  • The following titles are hand written in a school essay:

    • Steal Away Home

    • Coastal Boating (magazine)

    • Man of Steel

    • The New York Times (newspaper)

  • The following titles are printed in a language book:

    • Steal Away Home

    • Coastal Boating (magazine)

    • Man of Steel

    • The New York Times (newspaper)


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Punctuating Titles

  • The titles of the following are set off by quotation marks:

    • “Short Story”

    • “Book Chapters”

    • “Articles in Newspapers or Magazines”

    • “Song”

    • “Poems”


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Punctuate the Titles

  • The Walrus and the Carpenter (poem)

  • The Chicago Tribune (printed newspaper)

  • Aladdin and the Magic Lamp (short story)

  • The Rain in Spain (song)

  • Rick Ranger (handwritten magazine)

  • What I Heard in the Apple Barrel (book chapter)

  • Exploring a Coral Reef (magazine article)

  • Holes (handwritten book)

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Quotation marks

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