You use capital letters in these instances: • The first letter of a sentence • The first letter of a proper noun • The letter “I” when it’s the first person pronoun • The first letter of the first word, the last word, and every important word in the title of a book, song, or play (except prepositions that have four or fewer letters)
How should this sentence be capitalized? mom took us to the fontaine playhouse to see the pirates of penzance. Mom took us to the Fontaine Playhouse to see The Pirates of Penzance. Mom took us to the fontaine playhouse to see the Pirates of penzance. Mom took us to the Fontaine playhouse to see the Pirates of Penzance.
In each sentence below, circle each letter that should be a capital letter. miriam and i go to jefferson elementary school. my parents went to new york to see the metropolitan opera. on saturday, i read where the wild things are, by mauricesendak.
You also use capital letters for these things: • Words for relationships when you use them instead of the person’s name • Words like “state” and “city” if they are part of the title of the place, like “New York State” or “Atlantic City” • The first letter in Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms, or a job title if it comes before a person’s name
How should this sentence be capitalized? we drove to arizona to see grandma. We drove to arizona to see Grandma. we drove to Arizona to see Grandma. We drove to Arizona to seeGrandma.
In each sentence below, circle each letter that should be capitalized. i saw mayor barnes on television last night. the governor of washington state met the mayor of seattle to discuss rebuilding the bridge. yesterday, we took my new puppy to dr. filmore, the veterinarian.
In the sentence below, are all the words capitalized correctly? Today, officer Jackson came to my school to talk about safety.
How should this sentence be capitalized? my teacher, mrs.torres, is from mexico city. My teacher, mrs. Torres, is from Mexico City. My teacher, Mrs. Torres, is from Mexico City. My teacher, Mrs. Torres, is from Mexico city.