Capitalisation activities

The arrival of the Normans to the British Isles also supposed the flourishment of the Romanesque art, especially in ecclesiastical buildings.

The: word initial.

Normans: name.

British Isles: proper noun and common noun which is part of it.

Romanesque: artistical period.

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the arrival of the normans to the british isles also supposed the flourishment of the romanesque art, especially in ecclesiastical buildings.

dreamcatchers are a product of native american culture, specifically, originated with the ojibwe and lakota people.

Dreamcatchers are a product of Native American culture, specifically, originated with the Ojibwe and Lakota people.

 

Dreamcatchers: word initial.

Native American: nationality.

Ojibwe and Lakota: proper nouns.

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british involvement in south africa dates from 1795, during the napoleonic wars.

British involvement in South Africa dates from 1795, during the Napoleonic Wars.

British: word initial and nationality.

South Africa: proper noun.

Napoleonic Wars: historical event.

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during the anglo-saxon period, christianity began to establish itself in the british isles.

During the Anglo-Saxon period, Christianity began to establish in the British Isles

During: word initial.

Anglo-Saxon: nationality.

Christianity: religion.

British Isles: proper noun and common noun which is part of it.

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moon girl and the devil dinosaur is a comic book about a nine-year old girl who is the most intelligent person in the world.

Moon Girl and the Devil Dinosaur is a comic book about a nine-year old girl who is the most intelligent person in the world.

 

Moon Girl and the Devil Dinosaur: title.

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Choose the sentence that has the correct capitalisation

a) The meeting will be on Wednesday 8 March.

b) The meeting will be on wednesday 8 march.

a) Luckly, i passed the exam.

b) Luckly, I passed the exam.

a) I always go skiing in Winter.

b) I always go skiing in winter.

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a) Day of the week and month.

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b) Pronoun I.

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b) Seasons are not capitalised.

a) Do you speak Spanish?

b) Do you speak spanish?

a) My favourite holidays are Christmas.

b) My favourite holidays are christmas.

a) My teacher is irish.

b) My teacher is Irish.

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a) Language.

a) Celebration.

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b) Nationality.

Complete with the suitable word following the clues between brackets:

Thinking about my childhood, 1_______ (first person singular pronoun) can’t avoid but recalling those 2________ (the hottest season) days playing with my 3________ (your uncle and aunt’s children) till dark. No reason to hurry up, no school on 4_______ (first day of the week, plural), no homework to finish. Just the placid sound of 5______ (your mother’s sister) Mary’s fiddle while she dreamt of entering the 6________ (of or relating to royalty) Philharmonic Orchestra. My 7_________ (my mother’s mother) never believed she could reach such a thing, and she considered that studying any 8_______ (undergraduate studies) of Arts would be much more useful by far. During 9_______(eight month of the year), a couple of 10_________ (people from Italy) always came to our little village. Their parents had moved to Italy in their teens and kept coming back to their homeland after their death. They were a nice couple who always brought us souvenirs. I still keep my snow globe with the 11______ (a high building) of Pisa in a special place in my house.

Thinking about my childhood, 1_I can’t avoid but recalling those 2_summer days playing with my 3_cousins till dark. No reason to hurry up, no school on 4_Mondays, no homework to finish. Just the placid sound of 5_Aunt Mary’s fiddle while she dreamt of entering the 6_Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. My 7_granny / grandma / grandmother never believed she could reach such a thing, and she considered that studying any 8_Bachelor of Arts would be much more useful by far. During 9_August, a couple of 10_Italians always came to our little village. Their parents had moved to Italy in their teens and kept coming back to their homeland after their death. They were a nice couple who always brought us souvenirs. I still keep my snow globe with the 11_Tower of Pisa in a special place in my house.

1- First person singular.

2- Seasons are not capitalised.

3- Family members are not capitalised.

4- Day of the week.

5- Member of the family used as a form of address.

6- Common noun part of an official name.

7- Family members are not capitalised.

8- Month.

9- Academic title.

10- Nationality.

11- Common noun part of an official name.

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