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Capitalization & Punctuation (blank)
1 Does each important word in the title, including the first word, begin with a capital letter? (blank)
2 Do the important small words begin with a lowercase letter? (blank)
3 Does the first word of each sentence begin with a capital letter? (blank)
4 Does each setence end with a piriod? (blank)
5 Does the formula word at the beginning have a camma after it? (blank)
6 Is the letter I capitalized when it's all alone and it means me? (blank)
7 Are the formula words First,Next,Then,Finally, in the correct order (blank)
A slash through a capitial letter means that letter should be lower case. /
Three lines under a letter means that the letter should be capitliazed. (blank)
= Delete or take out a word or words, or punctuation mark. (blank)
= Insert a period. (blank)
= Insert a comma. (blank)
10. A straight line through a word or a group of words deletes the new words are written above the deleted line. (blank)
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