Hi Ashley Nickols,
The word rainforest is a noun and it starts with a lower case letter except when it starts a sentence.
Hope this helps.
No, it is a thing. The Amazon rainforest would only have Amazon capitalized because that is the named river which that forest is located around.
by kcheyne 12 years ago
is rainforest a proper noun?
by Aficionada 9 years ago
Why do some people use a singular noun when they start a phrase with "one of your . . . "?They might continue by saying "[one of your] best/worst/favorite/least-favorite/best-loved/most-hated" or something similar. Do you have a grammar theory?
by lyricsingray 11 years ago
Random sightings from afar
by Zahra 4 years ago
Do you know there's no word as 'Spellings' it's 'SPELLING'?
by R.Cochran 11 years ago
Should you worry about proper English when writing or just let the creativity flow?Why are some people so anal about grammar and sentence structure when they read something that somebody else wrote? Does creativity count for anything?
by malonge 12 years ago
I'll start voluptuous
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