capitalisation Is A Process Of Making A Letter Capital. several Capitalisation Styles Exist; The Proper Capitalization Depends On The Region, The Words And Their Use.

proper NounsEdit

generally Each Word In A Proper Noun Is Capitalized. examples:

  • susan anthony
  • mohammed sami
  • los angeles, california
  • english
  • weatherly elementary school

the Exceptions Are Rare Occasions Where People Or Companies Decide That The "Proper" Spelling Of Their Names Use Lower Or An Unusual Mixed Case. examples:

  • E. E. Cummings
  • ipod, ibook, ipad, iphone (apple naming and branding convention for a series of their products.)

sentence CaseEdit

in english The First Word Of A Sentence Is Capitalized. other Words In The Sentence Are Not Capitalized Except If There Is Another Reason To Capitalize Them, Such As When A Something Is A Proper Noun.


  • the Quick, Brown Fox Jumped Over The Lazy Dog.
  • the Sixth Sick Sheik's Sixth Sheep's Sick.
  • the Gift Was For dani.

titles And Section HeadersEdit

this One Is Tricky. there Are Regional Variations For How To Capitalize Titles, Like Book Titles, And Headers, Such As Chapters, Sections Or Other Titles.

More To Come

people's TitlesEdit

titles Accompanying A Proper Noun Are Capitalized.

  • ms kapoor
  • president obama