- I was looking at what sort of things agents look for in a manuscript and it said: Single-space your query letter, and keep it to one page. Double-space your manuscript and synopsis.
What is the difference between single-spacing and double-spacing?
The site was: http://writersdigest.com/article/10-submission-tips-for-querying-an-agent
Answer by ravenann
this would be single spacing
“Single-space your query letter, and keep it to one page. Double-space your mauscript and synopsis.” just like how you typed it earlier.
Double spacing would mean pushing enter and having a space between each line like.
“Single-space your query letter, and keep it to one page.
Double-space your manuscript and synopsis”
Normally, if you use microsoft word you can go to Format and then Paragraph, and then it has a section with Spacing and it gives you the option to make it automatically double spaced.
- Im curious as to the lexical definition of space.
Answer by Elizabeth
A continuous area or expanse that is free, available, or unoccupied:
“he backed out of the parking space”.
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Position (two or more items) at a distance from one another:
“the houses are spaced out”.
- Bubbles in space!!!! What happens if air escapes in space like in water would there be bubbles there this is completely a opionative question and what if those bubble go to a distance planet and brings LIFE!!!! lol your pick
Answer by Kavan
lol wow this is rediculous…scientifically it just wouldnt work tho…i think
i feel like all the air would be sucked up by some gravitational pull back towards earth or towards the moon or something…