14Date Examples: Wednesday Monday Tuesday December October November Days of the weekMonths of the yearHolidaysWednesdayMondayTuesdayDecemberOctoberNovemberIndependence DayThanksgiving
15Capitalize Abbreviations Too! Days of the weekMonths of the yearWeds.Mon.Tues.Dec.Oct.Nov.
16President of the United States of America Rule #5Capitalize important words in a titlePresident of the United States of America
17Title Examples: Book Titles Movie Titles Song Article Titles Titles U.S.HistorySongTitlesArticleTitles
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19Capitalize all of the words except: Articles: a an theConjuctions: and but or so norPrepostitions: at by for in of on to up
20he ournal ajor eorge ashington Don’t forget…Capitalize everything else except for articles, conjunctions and prepositions.totoWr. mith oes ashingtonGgsSMAmerica eautifulthetheBhe ournal ajor eorge ashingtonTJofofmMGgjW
21Capitalization in the Capital - Rules #1 Capitalize the first letter of the first word in a sentence.#2 Capitalize the first letter of proper nouns.Capitalize the first letter of first, middle and last names of people. Also capitalize initials.Capitalize places, events and things using rule #5 for titles.#3 Capitalize the pronoun “I”.Also capitalize the “I” in I’d, I’ve, I’m or I’ll.#4 Capitalize months, days of the week and holidays.#5 Capitalize important words in titles.Always capitalize the first letter of the first and last words in a title.Then capitalize all of the words except for the following:Articles: a an theConjuctions: and but or so norPrepostitions: at by for in of on to up