Capitalization means using a capital letter (for example, A instead of a). The use of capital letters helps readers read your writing without confusion.
Always capitalize the following:
Rule1: The first word in a sentence.
My IELTS trainer is on off today.She left a message on my phone.
Rule2: The pronoun I.
Example:This is the right place where I can get copious oppurtunities to speak.
Example: This is the Spoken English Institute in Delhi at Moti Nagar which I was looking for.
Rule3: The first letter of a proper noun (specific name).
Example: David wants to take Website Development Training.
Example:This letter is from Chang.
Example: I did Entrepreneurship or Business Course from Wabs Talk( West Delhi).
Rule4: The first letter of months, days, and holidays (but not seasons).
Example: Humorous Speech Competition is on Sunday.
Example: Wabs Talk remains open from Monday to Sunday from 8am to 8pm.
Example: The shops are closed on Diwali.
Example:This summer, Iam thinking to take Creative Writing sessions.
Rule5: The first letter of nationalities, religions, races of people, and languages.
Example: We often eat Italian food.
Example:I want to master many languages, such as Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Russian.
Example: There is one Christian church in my town.
Rule6: The first letter in a person’s title.
Example: Mr. Reuben Singh is the Managing Director of Wabstalk.
Rule7: Geographic areas: cities, states, countries, mountains, oceans, rivers, etc.
Example: My destination is Paris, France.
Example: Indian Ocean is named after the country India.
Rule8: Historical periods.
Example: The Renaissance began in the 14th century.
Example: The Qing Dynasty is the last dynasty in China.
Rule9: The first letter of each major word in the title of a book, movie, article, etc.
Example: The Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is my favorite movie.
Example: I found the article “How to Write a Good Cover Letter” in this magazine.
Rule10: Names of deities, religious figures and holy books.
Example: Lord Shiva is principal deities of hinduism.
Example: Bhagvad Gita is a holy book.