Glossary of Capitalization Rules
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- Always capitalize words that are made from names of people, places or things.(proper adjectives)
- I used to be a New Yorker, but now I am New Mexican who speaks Chinese.
- Always capitalize personal titles used with or in place of people's names.
- My neighbor, Mrs. Phyllis, is a Captain in the U.S, Army.
- Always capitalize the first word in a sentence or a quote.
- My pet toad has lots of warts.
"You look pretty today," the teacher said.
- Always capitalize the first word in a letter to a friend or relative and the first letters of each word in the greeting of a business letter.
- Dear John,
To Whom It May Concern:
- Always capitalize days of the week, months, and holidays.
- Today is Monday, December 25th. It's Christmas!
- Always capitalize the names of people, places and things. (proper nouns)
- Sarah Sloe will move to Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park.
- Always capitalize the word "I."
- My friend and I like to shop.
- Always capitalize geographic locations when they name specific areas.
- I grew up in the Southwest.
He moved to the West.
- Always capitalize the first word and other main words in titles of written works, movies, TV shows, operas or plays.
- People in Los Angeles read The Los Angeles Times.
My favorite TV show is Arthur.
- Always capitalize school subjects if they are languages or actual class titles.
- My favorite classes are Italian, Algebra II, and American History.
I like math.
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