A Guide to Common Punctuation and CapitalizationCapitalization:A Guide to Common Punctuation and Capitalization by inubasket
The first letter of every sentence should always be capital. You should also capitalize proper nouns. A noun is defined as a person, place, or thing, so a proper noun is when a normal noun is being used as a title or name. "I" "I've" "I'm" or any other form of "I" should also be capitalized, because you are a proper noun (:
EXAMPLES: Hogwarts (a school name), Hannah (a human name), Red Dead Redemption (the name of a video game), Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (the name of a song.)
When writing a title, you capitalize every word except conjunctions (and, but, or, etc.) Also, you only capitalize the first "the."
EXAMPLES: The Catcher in the Rye
Punctuation can be very difficult, not just because there are so many rules, but because there are many versions of the rules.
COMMAS: A comma (,) is technically punctuation used to separate two ideas or parts of a sentence, but it's a little easi