Professors are often annoyed by the overuse of emphasis.
If you've ever tried to write a children's book, you may have come across this italics-worthy situation.
This is often seen in legal or medical papers in the form of Latin words.
They appear quite often, and should be italicized to show readers they are in another language.
Italics will likely appear in papers ranging from the arts to the sciences and will serve many functions.
To simplify things, we have defined when to use italics in Arts and Humanities papers (four instances) and when to use them in the Sciences (three instances).
When readers see a term in italics, they automatically know this is the first time the word has been used and should therefore pay attention to its meaning.
When measures of quantity or a mathematical constant are written, they should be placed in italics.
Here is an example of a properly written title: Adam and I watched an episode of !
It is important to remember that if a punctuation mark (an exclamation or question mark) is included in the title, you must italicize it as well.