When should you put a word in quotes?

When should you put a word in quotes?

Quotation marks around single words can occasionally be used for emphasis, but only when quoting a word or term someone else used. Usually, this implies that the author doesn’t agree with the use of the term.

Which word can we use to add emphasis?

The simplest way to add emphasis in writing is to use punctuation, such as the exclamation point (!) for dramatic sentences, or formatting, such as using italics, to draw attention to particular words or phrases.

How do you add emphasis in English?

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Where do you put emphasis in English?

In spoken English we can emphasize things in a sentence with stress and intonation. In written English there are sentence structures that permit us to create emphasis. Generally speaking information placed at the end of a sentence receives most emphasis. This can be called the end-focus principle.