Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Capital Words

Capitalization of proper nouns or the names of people, places, and organizations; require the first letter in the word to be capitalized. Usually this occurrence is seen with people’s names, places, organizations, brand names, day, months, and holidays.

As a common approach, the first word of every sentence is capitalized. The boy ran to the store. Otherwise, Henry ran to the store. A place that give name to a thing or boy; like an organization or company that pays taxes on land would be capitalized; too. The Philadelphia Inquire or Philadelphia Inquire newspaper – where the organization is located on land that would pay taxed for the establishment to exist.

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