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Business Capitalize


capitalization is use to 1)first word in a sentence 2)first word in a direct quotation 3)first word in a question (ex: all of us are wondering, Will this equipment be shipped on schedule? 4)first word of each entry in a list or an outline 5)names of person and place
Rules for capitalizing the name of places capitalize 1)city when it's part of the official name of the city: New York City NOT city of Provo 2)the word state only when it follows the name of a state; Utah State NOT state of Utah 3) "the" only when it is part of the official name
Capitalize directions Capitalize North, South, East and West when they are used to refer to specifics sections of the country. Ex: Our office is in the South. Do NOT capitalize names when they are used simply to indicate directions: The office is about 5 miles east of Magna
Names of things to capitalize organization names, product names, historical events and documents, holidays, months, and days of the week,
Capitalizing headings in headings and in titles of books and articles, capitalize the first and last words and all major words.
Capitalize titles capitalize titles that is written before someone's name. Title that is written after names are not capitalize unless a)title is of a high govern. official b)title appears on a displayed line
short forms Do NOT capitalize short forms such as "company", "corporation", "college" etc. Ex: Thuy attend the University of Utah, this university is great.
Family titles capitalize words referring family relationships only when they are used as a part of a person's name or as a substitute for a person's name. Ex: Mother .... my mother Aunt Bernice.....your aunt
school subjects capitalize the names of languages & of specific numbered courses. Do not capitalize the names of subjects. Ex: French, Accounting 101, history, mathematics, business English
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