1. Capitalize the first letter of the first word of each sentence you write.
Too much ketchup spoils the steak.
Why don't you order a hamburger?
2. Capitalize the first letter of proper names and of adjectives derived them.
I thought Lennie was driving.
I've always wanted to visit Nepal.The English language is like a spaceship.You have to hand it to Mr. Park.
1. Capitalize north, south, east, and west and their compounds only when they designate an actual place, not when they point in a direction.
I've always loved the beauty and freedom of the Southwest.
The East is heavily industrialized.Go west two blocks and then head north.
2. Capitalize the first word of a title of a book, magazine, story, essay, or play; and capitalize all other important words also.
I want to renew my subscription to Ebony.Have you ever read "A Good Man Is Hard to Find"?
3. Capitalize the official title of a person when you use it with the person's name.
This award goes to Major Burckhardt.
I voted for Senator Wurgel.
You can get away with it if you're a general.
4. Capitalize the names of months and of days of the week.
I'll be going on Tuesday, November 23.