Yes! When the abbreviation Mr. is used in any part of the sentence, it is always capitalized, as is the name following it! (same with Mrs., Ms., Miss., Dr., etc). Ex: Mr. Jones left the party early. I saw Mr. Jones leave the party early.
by Sondra Rochelle 7 years ago
What is the short version of this sentence:You better get to it while your to it or you may never get to it to do it again.
by Shaurya Singh 6 years ago
Hi Hubbers,Have made multiple edits to my blog and have spent a lot of time looking at each and every detail.But still no luck getting published. Also, after I re-submit I am not getting any status update regarding the Hub. Please help Hotel SEO: Essential tips to Rank on 1st page of Google (must...
by suzyhover 12 years ago
Should 'region' in Rocky Mountain Region, be capitalized when used in a sentence?
by coleche 11 years ago
In a program should the state abbreviation be capitalized example: The program was held in...Atlanta, GA or should it be Atlanta, Ga ?
by Leslie A. Shields 11 years ago
I perceive there are many devout Muslims in this community. No doubt you are familiar with Asia Bibi the Pakistani Christian woman who was sentenced to death for blasphemy. I understand that culture is involved as well as religious beliefs. Of course, I think it is absolutely ridiculous and a...
by Al Wordlaw 5 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
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