Downloadable Language Tips Series: Capital letters

My Language Tips Series

Today’s Language Tips download: capital letters

This tip sheet covers what you need to know about capital letters.

You might be wondering why I’ve created a tip sheet on such a ‘simple’ element of English! Well, if you delve a little deeper, you’ll find that using capitals isn’t always as straightforward as it seems!

Many of the rules about when and how to use capitals come with exceptions, and sometimes the decision is a style choice rather than anything else. This is the kind of information you’ll find in the tip sheet, along with clear examples to help you know how to apply it.

You can download the PDF by clicking the button below. This file is completely free to download, and no registration is needed.

If you’d like to get in touch with questions or feedback, I’d love to hear from you! Head to my homepage, or use the button below to send me a message.

References for quotes used as examples

“Habits are the compound interest of self-improvement.” Clear, James. Atomic Habits (p. 16). Random House. Kindle Edition.

“…multiply whatever you feed it.” Clear, James. Atomic Habits (p. 18). Random House. Kindle Edition.

“All big things come from small beginnings.” Clear, James. Atomic Habits (p. 22). Random House. Kindle Edition.

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