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Capitals #1: ‘I’, the first word in a sentence and the first word in a quotation. 1.Capitalize the pronoun ‘I’. Example: Jennifer and I went to the movies yesterday. Which sentence displays the correct capitalization? I love going to the movies with my friends.

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Capitals 1 i the first word in a sentence and the first word in a quotation

Capitals #1: ‘I’, the first word in a sentence and the first word in a quotation


1 capitalize the pronoun i

1.Capitalize the pronoun ‘I’

Example: Jennifer and I went to the movies yesterday.

Which sentence displays the correct capitalization?

I love going to the movies with my friends.

My friends and I get popcorn and sodas.

My friends and I go to the movies every Saturday!

All of the above.


1 capitalize the pronoun i1

1.Capitalize the pronoun ‘I’

Example: Jennifer and I went to the movies yesterday.

Which sentence displays the correct capitalization?

A. Ilove going to the movies with my friends.

B. My friends and Iget popcorn and sodas.

C. My friends and I go to the movies every Saturday!

D. All of the above.


2 capitalize the first letter of the first word of each sentence

2. Capitalize the first letter of the first word of each sentence.

Example: Learning to capitalize correctly will improve your writing.

Which is not correct?

  • Some people like to drink soda.

  • Many other people like to drink milk.

  • The soda drinkers outnumber the milk drinkers.

  • My mother drinks coffee. my father drinks tea.


2 capitalize the first letter of the first word of each sentence1

2. Capitalize the first letter of the first word of each sentence.

Example: Learning to capitalize correctly will improve your writing.

Which is not correct?

  • Some people like to drink soda.

  • Many other people like to drink milk.

  • The soda drinkers outnumber the milk drinkers.

  • My mother drinks coffee. my father drinks tea.

Needs a capital ‘m’


3 capitalize the first word of a direct quotation if it is a complete sentence

3. Capitalize the first word of a direct quotation if it is a complete sentence.

First word of quotation is capitalized.

“My favorite book is Where the Red Fern Grows,” said Leslie.


3 capitalize the first word of a direct quotation if it is a complete sentence1

3. Capitalize the first word of a direct quotation if it is a complete sentence.

Which is correctly punctuated?

  • “My name is Arthur,” he said.

  • She answered, “My name is Maria.”

  • Both A and B

  • None of the above


3 capitalize the first word of a direct quotation if it is a complete sentence2

3. Capitalize the first word of a direct quotation if it is a complete sentence.

Which is correctly punctuated?

  • “My name is Arthur,” he said.

  • She answered, “My name is Maria.”

  • Both A and B

  • None of the above


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