Difference between revisions of "Quotation marks"

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*Quotation marks should '''never''' be used to emphasise a word. Instead, use ''italics''.  
 
*Quotation marks should '''never''' be used to emphasise a word. Instead, use ''italics''.  
  
==USER NOTE==
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==UNDER REVIEW==
 
Some uses of quotes are under review. Please see discussion for more information.  
 
Some uses of quotes are under review. Please see discussion for more information.  
 
[[Category:Punctuation]]
 
[[Category:Punctuation]]
 
[[Category:ORIGO style]]
 
[[Category:ORIGO style]]
[[Category:Contentious entry]]
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[[Category:UNDER REVIEW]]

Latest revision as of 05:15, 19 April 2016

FOR ALL VERSIONS: Quotation marks should be used sparingly, and should generally only appear in places like Lesson Notes to indicate potential student responses to teacher text.

  • Quotation marks should never be used to emphasise a word. Instead, use italics.

UNDER REVIEW

Some uses of quotes are under review. Please see discussion for more information.