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Grade 7 Capitalization
Grade 7 Capitalization
Which of the following sentences is capitalized correctly?
  1. This week we read Edgar Allan Poe's story, the tell-tale heart.
  2. This week we read Edgar Allan Poe's story, The Tell-Tale Heart.
  3. This week we read edgar allan poe's story, the tell-tale heart.
  4. This week we read edgar allan poe's story, The Tell-Tale Heart..
Grade 7 Capitalization
Read the following sentences:

It was a bright, sunny day in dallas, texas. mr. perez could feel the sun's rays on his shoulders as he walked down columbus st.

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. Texas, Perez, St.
  2. Texas, Mr., Perez, St.
  3. Dallas, Texas, Mr., Perez, Sun's, Columbus
  4. Dallas, Texas, Mr., Perez, Columbus, St.
Grade 7 Capitalization
Choose the sentence that demonstrates correct capitalization
  1. When people think of Paris, they think of the Eiffel Tower.
  2. The Empire state building is a symbol of New York City.
  3. Visitors to San Antonio usually want to see the alamo.
  4. The Golden gate bridge is in San Francisco.
Grade 7 Capitalization
Grade 7 Capitalization
Read the following sentences:

she mumbled to herself, "could it be true? Could mr. dunbar have hidden his treasure at pixley middle school?"

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. She mumbled to herself, "could it be true? Could Mr. Dunbar have hidden his treasure at Pixley middle school?"
  2. She mumbled to herself, "could it be true? Could Mr. dunbar have hidden his treasure at pixley middle school?"
  3. She mumbled to herself, "Could it be true? Could Mr. Dunbar have hidden his treasure at Pixley Middle School?"
  4. She mumbled to herself, "Could it be true? Could Mr. Dunbar have hidden his treasure at Pixley Middle school?"
Grade 7 Capitalization
Read the following sentences:

It was a sunny day in dallas, texas. mr. perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus st.

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. It was a sunny day in dallas, Texas. Mr. perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus St.
  2. It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus st.
  3. It was a sunny day in dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus St.
  4. It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down Columbus St.
Grade 7 Capitalization
Choose the sentence that demonstrates correct capitalization
  1. The sign on the door said, "Mary Rudolph, ph.d."
  2. Then dr. Mendez knew he was in the right place..
  3. "He wanted to talk about the geography of the Southwest," said Martin jr.
  4. Thaddeus B. Morton was a friend of my uncle, Frank Sr.
Grade 7 Capitalization
Which of the following sentences is capitalized correctly?
  1. "can we go home?"
  2. "can we go Home?"
  3. "Can we go Home?"
  4. "Can we go home?"
Grade 7 Capitalization
Which of the following titles is capitalized correctly?
  1. A tale of two cities
  2. A Tale Of Two Cities
  3. a Tale of Two Cities
  4. A Tale of Two Cities
Grade 7 Capitalization
Choose the words that should be capitalized.

Helen Braddock, ph.d, teaches french at the university.
  1. ph.d, french
  2. teaches, french
  3. university, ph.d.
  4. french, university
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