Maintain double spacing throughout, but you do not need to use quotation marks.
Gatsby experiences a moment of clarity while standing with Daisy on his dock.
What feedback or insights would be beneficial to your project? Who will be in the room and what is their level of knowledge on your topic?
Consider the demographic mix, the level of experience and the audience’s mindset. For presentations away from your regular location, arrive early enough to have a few pre-meetings with leaders and attendees, learn a few things about the local area, and share some of this information as you introduce yourself and your topic to the audience.
A block quotation is removed from the main body of your text.
Indent one inch from the main margin (the equivalent of two half-inch paragraph indentations) and begin your quote.You should use a block quotation when the quotation occupies four or more typed lines on the page.Although they are allowed in any type of writing, you will likely most often use them when quoting from fiction or literature.Explains split quotations, capitalization, commas, question marks, exclamation marks, and periods.Helpful for understanding where to place punctuation.I’m always learning, and excited to hear about new and different strategies to help leaders and their organizations improve communication, engagement, and subsequently, business results.Whatever the venue or purpose, I enjoy involving the audience in a conversation on the given topic – leading a dialogue rather than delivering a speech.Copyright ©1995-2018 by The Writing Lab & The OWL at Purdue and Purdue University. This material may not be published, reproduced, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our terms and conditions of fair use.It will force you to be clear on the outcome you seek, the critical facts you need most and how you would create dialogue if you had less time._______________________________________________ Free e-book: Going Slow to Go Fast: Making Internal Communication Work for You Going Slow to Go Fast is a high-level, go-to resource for communicators who want to build an effective internal communication process that speaks directly to business leaders’ number-one question: How will this improve our company’s bottom line?