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19.3 Capitalization practice

Name the rule: Chicago, United States, Africa Capitalize the names of cities, countries, states, counties, and continents.
Name the rule: Dead Sea, Mount Baker Capitalize the names of bodies of water and other geographical features.
Name the rule: New England, Midwest, the South Capitalize the names of sections of a country.
Name the rule: the West Coast, the West, the Northwest. Milwaukee is north of Kenosha. Capitalize compass points when they refer to a specific section of a country. Do not capitalize compass points when they indicate direction.
Name the rule: River Road, Highway I94, Capitalize the names of streets and highways.
Name the rule: Golden Gate Bridge, Tower of London Capitalize the names of monuments, buildings, bridges, and other structures.
southerly wind, northern Texas Do not capitalize adjectives derived from words indicating direction.
North Star, the Milky Way, Saturn Capitalize names of celestial bodies.
Created by: fcapelli