Capitalization

Capitalization - Capitalization sentence Rule1 Examples...

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Capitalization Rule 1. Capitalize the first word of a quoted  sentence.  Examples: He said, "Treat her  as you would your  own daughter." "Look out!" she  screamed. "You  almost ran into my  child."  
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Rule 2.  Capitalize a proper noun.  Example: Golden Gate  Bridge   Rule 3. Capitalize a person's title when it  precedes the name. Do not capitalize  when the title is acting as a description  following the name.    Examples: Chairperson  Petrov     Ms. Petrov, the  chairperson of the  company, will  address us at  noon.   Rule 4. Capitalize the person's title when it  follows the name on the address or  signature line.    Example: Sincerely,   Ms. Haines,  Chairperson
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1. Proper nouns o Specific persons and things: George W. Bush, the White House, General Motors Corporation. o o Specific geographical locations: Hartford, Connecticut, Africa, Forest Park Zoo, Lake Erie, the Northeast, the Southend. However, we do not capitalize
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Multipleprofs during the Fall '07 term at Drexel.

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