Capitalizations

Capitalizations - Capitalizations Knowwhentousethem Region Direction TheNorthisknownfor verycoldwinters ineasternManhattan IlikeSouthernpeople

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Know when to use them Capitalizations
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Region Direction The North is known for  very cold winters. I like Southern people;  they’re friendly. Animals migrate to the  South in cold weather. Traveling to East Asia  takes several hours. The financial district is  in eastern Manhattan. Planes fly east, west,  north, and south. We go to school in  northwest Atlanta. Employees fly east to  Asia on business. Common versus Proper Noun
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Part of a name Not part of the name When President Bush  left office, many wept. After Secretary Harris  left, everyone cheered. Did Mom ever call? How does Uncle Mark  feel now? Will Aunt Kate answer? Obama, U.S. president,  says, “Yes, we can.” (Some people do capitalize a title after the  name if the position is high, but it is not  standard). Harry Bucket, manager 
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Capitalizations - Capitalizations Knowwhentousethem Region Direction TheNorthisknownfor verycoldwinters ineasternManhattan IlikeSouthernpeople

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