Lesson 325 – Mechanics – Capitalization

Capitalize proper adjectives made from proper nouns. Example: French dressing, Grecian urn
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. I will have the caesar’s salad rather than the finnish soup.
2. The mediterranean fruit fly is a threat to the cherry crop.
3. Many good stories are found in american folklore.
4. Do you want french or italian dressing on that?
5. I like the look of spanish architecture.
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Answers:
1. Caesar’s/Finnish
2. Mediterranean
3. American
4. French/Italian
5. Spanish

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Lesson 324 – Mechanics – Capitalization

Capitalize the first word and all nouns in the salutation of a letter. Example: My dear Mary, Capitalize only the first word of the complimentary close. Example: Yours truly,
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. dear uncle frank, your favorite nephew,
2. with fondest regards, dear sweetheart,
3. dear sir: respectfully yours,
4. dear mom and dad, with love,
5. your dearest friend, to whom it may concern:
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Answers:
1. Dear Uncle Frank/Your
2. With/Dear Sweetheart
3. Dear Sir/Respectfully
4. Dear Mom and Dad/With
5. Your/To

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“Wow, you have the best job ever, getting to work from home.” “You’re so lucky. I wish I had that option.” Those are some of the comments I hear when I mention to others I work from home. Typically, I just nod and say, “Yes, it’s awesome.” I love working from home because I get
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Lesson 321 – Mechanics – Capitalization

Capitalize the titles of books, newspapers, magazines, and all other kinds of literary works. Capitalize works of art, motion pictures, and musical compositions. Do not capitalize the articles (a, an, the), prepositions, or conjunctions unless they come first or last in these titles. Example: Death of a Salesman, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. My favorite book is a tale of two cities.
2. Have you ever heard the song “earth angel”?
3. Jeff’s theme was entitled “among the stars.”
4. We take two newspapers new utah and the deseret news.
5. national geographic and reader’s digest are both interesting magazines.
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Answers:
1. A Tale of Two Cities
2. “Earth Angel”
3. “Among the Stars”
4. New Utah/Deseret News
5. National Geographic/Reader’s Digest

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