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Capitalize titles preceding personal names, abbreviations of those titles used with proper names, initials, or titles when used alone in place of the name or person. Examples: Mr., Miss, Rev., Dr., W. C. Johanson, Captain
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. Have you met the rev. mr. ryan, mrs. hubbard, and dr. peterson?
2. This is supt. e. r. wing who was a captain during combat.
3. mr. and mrs. jones with miss smith will accompany you tomorrow.
4. Did you serve, colonel, in india?
5. I am to dine with cardinal corolucci tonight.

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Answers:
1. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Mrs. Hubbard, Dr. Peterson
2. Supt. E. R. Wing
3. Mr. and Mrs. Jones/Miss Smith
4. Colonel/India
5. Cardinal Corolucci
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Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. The industrial era was important to the development of america.
2. The national league is older than the american league as a baseball league.
3. He attended amity high school and the university of wisconsin.
4. I want to ride the zepher and the heber creeper.
5. The league of women voters will meet in the wiswell building.
6. Is the eiffel tower in paris, france?
7. The future farmers of america is an old organization.
8. I tried palmolive soap and crest toothpaste.
9. The hub for delta airlines is in utah.
10. The empire state building is taller than the chrysler building.

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Answers:
1. Industrial Era/America
2. National League/American League
3. Amity High School/University of Wisconsin
4. Zepher/Heber Creeper
5. League of Women Voters/Wiswell Building
6. Eiffel Tower/Paris/France
7. Future Farmers of America
8. Palmolive/Crest
9. Delta Airlines/Utah
10. Empire State Building/Chrysler Building
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Capitalize holidays, special or famous events, historical periods or eras and famous documents.Examples: Labor Day, Junior Prom, Stone Age, Magna Carta
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. Everyone should study the bill of rights.
2. Two christian holidays are easter and christmas.
3. Have you studied the middle ages yet?
4. the junior prom is always two months after homecoming.
5. Our constitution is used as a model by other countries.

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Answers:
1. Bill of Rights
2. Christian/Easter/Christmas
3. Middle Ages
4. The/Junior Prom/Homecoming
5. Constitution
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Capitalize a brand name but not the product. Example: Firestone tires, Bestyet hams, Arrow shirts
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. We buy chicken of the sea tuna.
2. Have you tried amway soap?
3. They no longer make plymouth vans.
4. I like all maxwell chocolates and candies.
5. There are many kinds of campbell soups.

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Answers:
1. Chicken of the Sea tuna
2. Amway soap
3. Plymouth vans
4. Maxwell chocolates
5. Campbell soups
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