In the previous part of the teaching, you saw how you can use quotation marks. You’d get the remaining part in this post.
Subject to the style book you are using, quotation marks are used to identify the title of a book, or other artworks.
An alternative to this is to italicize the title.
This is usually when you don’t trust the credibility of the word(s) and to also signify that you’re using the word(s) in an unusual way.
This is for foreign words –French, Yoruba; Spanish etc.
Also, you can use quotation marks to mark off someone’s special name –in the middle –as well as for measurements.
So, that’s it for quotation marks and I trust that you’ve after these lessons; you’d mastered how to you it as a pro!
If you missed the first part, you can get it here!
Tags: Punctuations, Quotation Marks