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More 1885 8th grade testing.

I read this one and I am worried... I'm now worried about my capitalization. (I know the spelling is horrible)


Grammar portion of the test.. first question


1. Give nine rules for the use of Capital Letters.


Easy enough.


the google answer is as follows:


a.) Capitalize the first word in a sentence.

b.) Capitalize the pronoun I and the interjection O.

c.) Capitalize the first word in a quotation.

d.) Capitalize the first word in a direct question falling within a sentence.

e.) Capitalize all nouns referring to the deity and to the Bible and other sacred books.

f.) Use a capital letter for President and Presidency when these refer to the office of President of the United States.

g.) Use a capital letter for official titles before the names of officials.

h.) Capitalize proper nouns and adjectives formed from proper nouns.

i.) Capitalize every word, except conjunctions, articles and short prepositions in the titles of works of literature, music, art, books, etc. The first word of a title is always capitalized.


Capitalize the first word in a direct question falling within a sentence. example: Capitalize the first word in a direct question falling within a sentence, Right?


Yep, missed that one white a few times here, Right?


Practice makes perfect.



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