Capitalization Rule Capitalize all PROPER NOUNS Remember In
Capitalization Rule Capitalize all PROPER NOUNS Remember: In a person’s name, you MUST capitalize initials Capitalize the following. 1. martin l. king 2. j. p. morgan 3. fulton county 4. statue of liberty 5. north cobb high school 6. atlantic ocean 7. queen of england 8. six flags over georgia 9. alexander the great 10. north america
Capitalization Rule Capitalize geographic names, events in history, periods of time, days, months, holidays, religious days, special events. Correct the capitalization 1. Washington’s birthday 2. Declaration of independence 3. world war ii 4. Grand canyon 5. red sea 6. treaty of paris 7. Easter 8. Civil rights movement
Capitalization Rule Capitalize specific groups, religions, religious scriptures, monuments, buildings Correct the underlined words/terms (write the words only). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I joined the boy scouts of america. Many christians read the bible. We visited the Effiel tower in paris. Reading the torah is a custom for jews. The senate building is at the opposite end of the washington monument.
Capitalization Rule Capitalize proper adjectives, brand names, titles of people, books, songs, poems, plays, works of art, languages, courses Capitalize the items that are incorrect. 1. Nobel peace prize 2. We ate spanish rice, irish potatoes, and italian meatballs. 3. european soldier 4. tide detergent 5. kellogg cereal 6. We saw the president. We saw president obama. 7. I saw ambassador collins. 8. We ate with the senator. We ate with senator clinton. 9. We watched oliver twist and the little mermaid. 10. The jonas brothers have a new show, living the dream. 11. The mono lisa is a famous painting at the museum of natural history.