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Capital Letters Directions : Look at the examples, and give the rules. RULE . EXAMPLE …. The first word of a sentence. “I” (pronoun) Names (& titles) of people Names of places – countries, cities, tourist places, streets Months, days of week Languages and nationalities

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capital letters directions look at the examples and give the rules
Capital LettersDirections: Look at the examples, and give the rules

RULE

EXAMPLE…..

  • The first word of a sentence.
  • “I” (pronoun)
  • Names (& titles) of people
  • Names of places – countries, cities, tourist places, streets
  • Months, days of week
  • Languages and nationalities
  • Titles – every main word
  • Who is that? Her name is Aisha.
  • My friend and I like to play tennis.

3. You have a meeting with Dr. Ali.

  • Jebel Hafeet is in Al Ain.

Doha is in Qatar.

The hospital is on KhalifaStreet.

  • My birthday is in July.

We don’t have class on Thursday.

6. My grandparents are Irish.

You speak Arabic very well!!

7. My New Classmate

Practice (workbook, p. 4)