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Grade 5 - English Language
2.4 Capitalization - 4

Remember to capitalize the following:
  • Titles which precede names.
    Examples: Mr. Brown, Uncle Joseph, Aunt Sally, Senator White, Dr. Fernandez, Lieutenant Ronald, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    DO NOT capitalize a title that follows or is a substitute for a personís name unless it is a title of a head of national
    Examples: government, Helen Jack, lieutenant governor, James Madison, President Abraham Lincoln, Prime Minister Tony Blair
  • Titles of books, movies, paintings etc.
    Capitalize the first and last words and all other important words in titles of books, movies, paintings.
    Example: Gone with the Wind
    Capitalize a conjunction, an article, or a preposition if it is the first or last word in a title.
    Example: The Barron's
  • The first word and all nouns in a salutation.
    Examples: My dear Sally, Dear Fred
  • The first word in the complimentary closing of a letter.
    Example: Yours sincerely, or Sincerely yours,
  • Names of relationships only when they are a part of or a substitute for a person's name. Often this means that when there is a modifier, such as a possessive pronoun, in front of such a word, we do not capitalize it.
    Examples: Let's go visit Grandmother today.
    Let's go visit my grandmother today.
    Today is Grandmother's birthday.
    Where are we going, Dad?
    I love my dad. Is Uncle Gene coming with us?
    I will take Mom and Dad to dinner to celebrate their anniversary.
    She told me that my father forgot his glasses.
    Note: To check if it should be capitalized or not, just replace the relationship word with the real name; if the resulting sentence makes sense, then capitalize otherwise do not.
  • Words indicating family relationships when used with a person's name as a title.
    Examples: Aunt Tori and Uncle Jack;
    but, .... my aunt and uncle, Tori and Jack Walker.
Directions: The following sentences do not have correct capitalization. Correct the mistakes and rewrite the sentences.
Q 1: I love my Mom and dad.
I love my mom and Dad.
I love my Mom and Dad.
I love my mom and dad.

Q 2: Every american president has had problems to face.
every american President has had problems to face.
Every American President has had Problems to face.
Every American President has had problems to face.

Q 3: Did you read the last chapter of Adventures of tom sawyer?
Did you read the last chapter of Adventures of Tom sawyer?
Did you read the last chapter of adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Did you read the last chapter of Adventures of Tom Sawyer?

Q 4: Is uncle George coming with us?
Is Uncle George coming with us?
Is Uncle George coming with us?
is uncle George coming with us?

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