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Shanica
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Slogan writing

Post by Shanica »

If a complete sentence is to be presented as a slogan in two lines, which of the following is better?

Take note of the requirements
For transiting with a EU passport

or

Take note of the requirements for
Transiting with a EU passport

Also, is the first word of every line always capitalized?
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Re: Slogan writing

Post by ThomasCrockett »

"Take note of the requirements
For transiting with an EU passport"
This is the stronger option for a slogan.


"Take note of the requirements for
Transiting with an EU passport"
While grammatically correct, this option is slightly less effective
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Re: Slogan writing

Post by Brave »

I agree with TC.

Even better:

"Please take note of the requirements
For transiting with an EU passport" :ok: :ok: :ok:

Also note that TC correctly corrected your "a EU passport" :nok: to "an EU passport" :ok:

Otherwise write it out in full:
"a European Union passport" :ok:
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