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Capital Letters. We use capital letters; at the beginning of every sentence at the beginning of every sentence Example: Today is Monday. when talking.

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Presentation on theme: "Capital Letters. We use capital letters; at the beginning of every sentence at the beginning of every sentence Example: Today is Monday. when talking."— Presentation transcript:

1 Capital Letters

2 We use capital letters; at the beginning of every sentence at the beginning of every sentence Example: Today is Monday. when talking about yourself - I when talking about yourself - I Example: I went to the shops. to begin first names, surnames and titles to begin first names, surnames and titles Example: Mary Murphy, An Taoiseach, Mr, Ms

3 for initials and abbreviations for initials and abbreviations Example: J. B. (Jordan Belmaine) U.S.A. (United States of America) GPO (General Post Office) for days of the week, months of the year and holidays for days of the week, months of the year and holidays Example: Friday, March, St. Patricks Day for brand names for brand names Example: Coca Cola, Nike, Nestle

4 for the names of places ( continents, countries, provinces, counties, cities, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, streets, parks, buildings) for the names of places ( continents, countries, provinces, counties, cities, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, streets, parks, buildings) Examples: Europe, Ireland, Leinster, Cork, Dublin, Sligo, Wicklow Mountains, River Liffey, Lough Derg, Fleet Street, Hyde Park, Belcamp Village Centre to begin keywords in titles to begin keywords in titles Examples: School of Rock, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

5 for words describing places and people (countries, cities, their language and their natives) for words describing places and people (countries, cities, their language and their natives) Examples: Ireland, Irish Spain, Spanish Spain, Spanish Wales, Welsh Wales, Welsh


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