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GED Writing:  Know your capitalization rules.

  • Capitalize all proper nouns and proper adjectives

  • Capitalize words like aunt, mother, president when they are parts of titles or used as proper nouns.

  • Capitalize the names of organizations, associations, teams, and members.

  • Capitalize the words in a title (not short propositions, short conjunctions, or articles... unless they are the first word of the title).

 

  • Capitalize the first word of every sentence.

  • Capitalize abbreviations of titles.

  • Capitalize the word Bible, and the other holy books.

  • Capitalize the first word in a full-sentence direct quotation.

  • Capitalize the first letter of the days of the week and months of the year.

  • Capitalize historical events and documents.

 

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