Capitalization (General Geographic Features Government/Politics Proper Names
) ... Do not abbreviate association, assistant, attorney, building, district, ... (By the
way, it is assistant and then associate, followed by full professor.) ... The first time
you refer to a person, use the person's full name and title , if applicable.
Capitalization of person's title or rank; Compass points and capitalization ... Do
not use a comma in an indirect quote. For example: You said, that you would
come. ... Place commas around the appositive only if the information given is not
You can't memorize the stylebook, but you should become famil- iar enough with
it that you know where ... Formal titles are capitalized if they come before a name,
as in .... On second reference, use only a person's last name. Smith and ....
speaker's name when the name is followed by a long identification, an appositive
For do's and don'ts not covered here, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style.
... If you wish to highlight the building's namesakes, you could use the full, ...
Professional titles are not capitalized unless they precede the person's name: ...
Don't capitalize appositive phrases that describe a person's role...
Nov 21, 2001 ... It's not like education/educational: if you're on a college campus, you might be ...
When I do a search on the Web pages of the Atlantic, for instance, I will get
several hits .... I am getting very confused with capitalization because I am
looking in too many ... No names are with the titles because of job chan...
The rules for capitalizing proper nouns are pretty simple. ... One rule for thumb is
that if you are using the word as a title and name it should be capitalized.
... in any title. Do not capitalize a, an, the, and, but, or, nor, or prepositions of four
or fewer ... (If you can insert a person's name for the title, capitalize it.) ... If the
appositive ends a sentence, place a comma before it. Ex.— I like .... If the
quotation is followed by the verb + speaker or speaker + verb, place a comma...
Capitalize the first word, the last word, and all other important words in titles of
any ... independent clauses are closely related) OR may be connected by a
comma followed by a .... TITLE Use a comma to separate a person's name (or a
company's name) .... For example, if you write 1920s (rather than 1920's), you
must do so...
Nov 26, 2014 ... 3 Capitalize a person's title when it precedes the name. Do not ... Will you take
my temperature, Doctor? • Do you have a court hearing RULE NO. 7 Capitalize
points of ... Semicolon (;) • used to separate items in a series if the 3. ... Hyphen or
dash (-) • used for an appositive phrase that already Thank you !
Do not capitalize them if they do not replace the name. ... Hint: If you can put the
person's name in place of the title, you should capitalize it. If you can't replace the
title with the name, don't capitalize it. ... Capitalize titles of heads of state, royalty,
and nobility when they are used with names, in place of names...