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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 8 years ago

Is a headline the same as a title?

I'm working on a SWOT analysis on a company for a class I'm taking. We have to make a chart and we also have to write a report explaining the chart.

I emailed my teacher but she's not responding to me yet, so if you can help me figure out what this means I'd really appreciate it.

It says "each section must be separated by a paragraph with a headline"

Does headline maybe mean title? Like "SWOT Diagram" and then "Analysis Results"?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    generally,

    a headline is always a sentence. it has a verb.

    titles do not.

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