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By Eparnold | Last updated: Nov 27, 2018
| Total Attempts: 79
If a person were to capitalize a non-noun word in the middle of a sentence it would be incorrect in the English language. It is important for a student to know how to use capitalization and apostrophes and there are some rules to that. Take the quiz and see how good you are.
Questions and Answers
Which one is proper use of capitalization?
How many people live in florida?
Where are all of the Doctors?
How old is your brother Jim?
Raleigh is in ______?
The County of Wake
The phrase the national anthem should not be capitalized.
You should capitalize the names of specific classes.
Titles should always be capitalized.
Which of the following is correct?
Evan's car is red.
Evans car's are red.
Evans car is red.
The _____ bowl is empty.
Which of the following is possessive?
When using compound possessives, one possessive form implies dual ownership, whereas two implies separate events.
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Read the following paragraph:
At Chisholm trail middle school, students are expected to show their respect, achievement, and pride. We call this RAP. "There are several ways that students can show their pride," according to Mrs. Harris.
What change would you make to correct this paragraph, if any?