Should 'region' in Rocky Mountain Region, be capitalized when used in a sentence?
No, it shouldn't. If it isn't part of the proper name, it isn't capitalized. For instance: "the Los Angeles region is experiencing drought". The proper name is capitalized and region is simply a common noun
by juana15 10 years ago
is Mr. capatized in the middle of a sentence?
by Shaurya Singh 5 years ago
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by Al Wordlaw 4 years ago
Isn't it improper to spell God with a small "g?" Any reference to Him should have a capital letter.Is it true or false? Briely explain
by bellisimo 11 years ago
Thanks Ivorwen. Then to broaden the question slightly, how about in dialogue between one man...who meets a champion boxer friend on the street and says, "Hey, Champ, how are you? Should Champ always be capitalized?And how about when a guy calls his fiance honey in dialogue? ...
by mio cid 7 years ago
Have you ever eaten rocky mountain oysters? did you like them?
by rutley 9 years ago
Do you know someone who uses the word like in just about every sentence?They say this is a sign of not having much else upstairs.....I think it's just the way people speak these days!
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