Saturday, December 5, 2015

Quiz for Lessons 311 - 315 - Mechanics - Capitalization

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

1. The industrial era was important to the development of america.

2. The national league is older than the american league as a baseball league.

3. He attended amity high school and the university of wisconsin.

4. I want to ride the zepher and the heber creeper.

5. The league of women voters will meet in the wiswell building.

6. Is the eiffel tower in paris, france?

7. The future farmers of america is an old organization.

8. I tried palmolive soap and crest toothpaste.

9. The hub for delta airlines is in utah.

10. The empire state building is taller than the chrysler building.


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Answers:

1. Industrial Era/America

2. National League/American League

3. Amity High School/University of Wisconsin

4. Zepher/Heber Creeper

5. League of Women Voters/Wiswell Building

6. Eiffel Tower/Paris/France

7. Future Farmers of America

8. Palmolive/Crest

9. Delta Airlines/Utah

10. Empire State Building/Chrysler Building

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Friday, December 4, 2015

Lesson 315 - Mechanics - Capitalization

Capitalize holidays, special or famous events, historical periods or eras and famous documents.
Examples: Labor Day, Junior Prom, Stone Age, Magna Carta

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

1. Everyone should study the bill of rights.

2. Two christian holidays are easter and christmas.

3. Have you studied the middle ages yet?

4. the junior prom is always two months after homecoming.

5. Our constitution is used as a model by other countries.


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Answers:

1. Bill of Rights

2. Christian/Easter/Christmas

3. Middle Ages

4. The/Junior Prom/Homecoming

5. Constitution

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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Lesson 314 - Mechanics - Capitalization

Capitalize a brand name but not the product. Example: Firestone tires, Bestyet hams, Arrow shirts

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

1. We buy chicken of the sea tuna.

2. Have you tried amway soap?

3. They no longer make plymouth vans.

4. I like all maxwell chocolates and candies.

5. There are many kinds of campbell soups.


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Answers:

1. Chicken of the Sea tuna

2. Amway soap

3. Plymouth vans

4. Maxwell chocolates

5. Campbell soups

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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Lesson 313 - Mechanics - Capitalization

Capitalize the names of organizations (business, school, professional, social). Examples: Audubon Society, Orem High School, Better Business Bureau, Lion's Club

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

1. I like to attend the metropolitan opera.

2. salt lake city is known for its ballet west.

3. i have never been to lone peak high school.

4. You should be a member of the national honor society.

5. Did he work for the ophir coal company?


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Answers:

1. Metropolitan Opera

2. Salt Lake City/Ballet West

3. I/Lone Peak High School

4. National Honor Society

5. Ophir Coal Company

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Lesson 312 - Mechanics - Capitalization

Capitalize the specific name of buildings and other man-made structures, ships, trains, and planes. Examples: the White House, Mayflower, Amtrak, Concorde

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

1. One famous airplane is the spirit of st. louis.

2. The reading railroad and the shortline were trains found in atlantic city.

3. The empire state building used to be the tallest building in the united states.

4. The washington monument and the lincoln memorial are being renovated.

5. The nina, pinta, and the santa maria are ships known to all americans.


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Answers:

1. Spirit of St. Louis

2. Reading Railroad/Shortline/Atlantic City

3. Empire State Building/United States

4. Washington Monument/Lincoln Memorial

5. Nina/Pinta/Santa Maria/Americans

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Monday, November 30, 2015

Lesson 311 - Mechanics - Capitalization

Do not capitalize prepositions, conjunctions or the articles (a, an, the) that come within a proper noun. Example: University of Utah, Smith and Sons

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

1. The university of california is found in many different cities in california.

2. The battle of the bulge was an important battle.

3. The gulf of mexico is found south of texas.

4. One period of history is called the dark ages.

5. The cape of good hope is near africa.


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Answers:

1. University of California/California

2. Battle of the Bulge

3. Gulf of Mexico/Texas

4. Dark Ages

5. Cape of Good Hope/Africa

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