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Capitalization & Spelling in Research Essays Flashcards

Capitalization & Spelling in Research Essays Flashcards
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Capitalization Rules: Sentences
Ensure correct capitalization of these by always capitalizing the first word, as well as any other words that should be capitalized in normal grammar, like proper nouns.
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Capitalization Rules: Titles
Capitalize these properly by capitalizing each main noun and the first word. Capitalize other words as well, unless they are small words like 'a,' 'in,' and 'the.'
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Capitalization Rules: Nouns
These rules tells us that all proper nouns, or nouns referring to specific places, things or people, have to be capitalized. Common nouns that talk about general things do not.
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Flashcard Content Overview

This set of flashcards was crafted to help you get familiar with capitalization rules. You can go over the rules related to pronouns, nouns, titles and sentences. The reasons it is important to ensure your spelling is correct will also be covered by these cards. Furthermore, you can go over some steps you can take to ensure your spelling is free of mistakes.

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These cards can serve as useful study tools when you need a way to conveniently review the rules that govern capitalization in the English language. You'll be able to access these cards from the location you want and at the times you need. You can go over helpful tips to improve your spelling before you work on an essay or go in for a big exam.

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Capitalization Rules: Nouns
These rules tells us that all proper nouns, or nouns referring to specific places, things or people, have to be capitalized. Common nouns that talk about general things do not.
Capitalization Rules: Titles
Capitalize these properly by capitalizing each main noun and the first word. Capitalize other words as well, unless they are small words like 'a,' 'in,' and 'the.'
Capitalization Rules: Sentences
Ensure correct capitalization of these by always capitalizing the first word, as well as any other words that should be capitalized in normal grammar, like proper nouns.
Capitalization Rules: I
While most pronouns are not capitalized, this one always is, because it stands in for whoever is speaking.
Capitalization
A process that involves writing the first letter of a word in the uppercase, or capital, form. All other letters are written in lowercase.
Correct Spelling: Importance
Demonstrating this in your writing helps your audience understand what you're writing and keeps them from getting distracted. It also results in a good impression.
Spelling: Methods to Stay Error Free

Check a dictionary

Use a spell check, but don't depend on it alone

Assess unfamiliar words

Study commonly misspelled words

Continue to read and write

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