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proper adjectives.
The laws of Judaism are also known as the Judaic laws.
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the first and last words and all important words in titles and subtitles.
Sports Illustrated for Kids is my favorite magazine.
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the names of nationalities, races, and peoples.
The Cherokee Indians lived in America long before anyone else.
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proper nouns. (Particular places, peoples, things, or ideas)
When we get to New York, we are going to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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the first word of a direct quote
Caleb asked, "Are we about to eat lunch?"
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most abbreviations.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones are members of the NAACP.
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the names of special events, holidays, and calendar items.
The Super Bowl was played on a Sunday afternoon in January.
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the names of monuments, memorials, and awards.
While visiting Washington D.C., be sure to visit the Lincoln Memorial.
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geographical names. (continents, countries, states, cities, islands, bodies of water, forests, rivers, mountains)
While visiting Galveston, my family and I saw the Gulf of Mexico.
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the names of buildings and other structures.
The Astrodome was replaced by Enron Field.
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the names of planets, stars, constellations, and other heavenly bodies.
The planet Mars is very far away from Earth.
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the names of ships, trains, aircraft, and spacecraft.
Air Force One carries President George Bush around the world.
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the names of organizations, teams, institutions, and government bodies.
The Department of Education said that the Texas Rangers could visit our Sports Club at school.
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the names of persons and animals.
My dog, Rover, enjoys it when we go to the park.
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the names of historical events and periods.
The Boston Tea Party is a significant event in American history.
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the names of religions and their followers, holy days and celebrations, sacred writings, and specific deities.
Christians celebrate Christmas as the birth of Jesus.
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the pronoun I.
When I get back home, I am going to read a book.
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the first word in every sentence.
My mother is going to take me to the store.
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titles.
Principal Williams is the president of our club.

Did my Aunt Betsy come to visit me?
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the names of businesses and the brand names of business products.
The Ford Motor Company produces the Ford Ranger truck.
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the first word in both the salutation and the closing of a letter.
Salutations: Dear Mrs. Jones,
My dearest Mom,

Closings: Sincerely,
Yours truly,