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Capitalization Business 139 Peter Yacoub Jason Akiyama
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Capitalization Rule #1: Proper nouns (words that name a particular person, place, or thing) and adjectives derived from proper nouns. Example #1:Veteran’s Day Example #2:Southern dialect (Lehman & DuFrene, 2005)
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Capitalization Rule #2: The principle words in the titles of books, magazines, newspapers, articles, compact disks, movies, plays, television series, songs, and poems. Example #1:Ocean’s Eleven [Movie] Example #2:Nokia, Motorola Announce Software Alliances [Article] (Lehman & DuFrene, 2005)
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Capitalization Rule #3: The names of academic courses that are numbered, are specific course titles, or contain proper nouns. Example #1:I am enrolled in Business 139. (Lehman & DuFrene, 2005)
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Capitalization Rule #4: Titles that precede a name. Example #1:Mr. Smith Example #2:Professor Grooms (Lehman & DuFrene, 2005)
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Rule #5: Capitalize the first word of a direct quotation. Example: “We
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course BUS 139 taught by Professor Grooms during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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