Capitalization Rule-1 in detail with easy examples

Capitalization Rule-1

we should always capitalize the first letter of the first word of a sentence and the first letter of the word after a period/full stop(.), a question mark (?), or an exclamation mark(!).

This is probably the easiest and most rule to follow in writing.

Comprehend:

Incorrect:

  • A. the girl is crying . she read an emotional story.
  • B. How would you like your tea? do you like it black or with milk?
  • C. Hello! Can you tell me where the showroom is?

Correct:

  • A. The girl is crying. She read an emotional story.
  • B. How would you like your tea? Do you like it in black or with milk?
  • C. Hello! Can you tell me where the showroom is?

Choose the correct option.

Question-1: The students missed their school bus. ____had to go in another bus.

Which of the following option is correct?

  • i)they
  • ii) They

Question-2: Are all the right words capitalized in the paragraph?

Yes or No.

            Are you working to achieve your goal? Yes. are we all have to work to achieve our common goal? There is no goal that can not be accomplished if we all are determined to achieve it and work all together to achieve it. Are you ready?

Answer

Q-1: II-They

Q-2: NO:      Are you working to achieve your goal? Yes. Are we all have to work to achieve our common goal? There is no goal that can not be accomplished if we all are determined to achieve it and work all together to achieve it. Are you ready?

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