C apitalization. T he least difficult aspect of the E nglish language. Mariana forget to bring tamales to class. C apitalize the first word in a sentence.
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The least difficult aspect of the English language
Capitalize the first word in a sentence.
I wrote to Mr. Collins and Ms Schmit.Vice President Palin, Senator Thune, Dr. Jones, M.D., Professor Einstein, etc…
Capitalize personal titles and names of people.
Global Village HawaiiMexican-American Association, Switzerland, German, MexicoAmerican, German, MexicanEnglish, German, Spanish
Capitalize names of schools, groups, countries, nationalities & languages.
Capitalize the days of the week.
Capitalize the months of the year.
Linda and Günter are dressing up as pirates for Halloween. Josh won’t be able to fly home for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s this year.
Capitalize names of holidays.
Capitalize names of cities, states, islands and other important places.
Montserrat drove along the Pacific and Nā PaliCoast on Kaua‛i. The North Shore of O‛ahu is often called ‘da country’ by localZ.
Capitalize geographic names, regions, and locations.
Capitalize names of streets, neighborhoods, and buildings.
Don’t capitalize directions unless they are the first word in a sentence.
I enjoy learning English because English is the international language. I also need English to get a higher paying job. I know that English requires all proper nouns to be capitalized and I will never again forget to do so when writing English.