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Analytical Writing Assessment: Writing Guidelines - Punctuation and Capitalization

Choose the correct sentence:

Very good! If a proper noun consists of more than one word, each word in it should begin with a capital letter.

Incorrect. If a proper noun consists of more than one word, each word in it should begin with a capital letter, not just the first word. So Sentence 1 is correct.

Example:

Incorrect: Bill clinton
Correct: Bill Clinton

You're half right.

If a proper noun consists of more than one words, each word in it should begin with a capital letter. So Sentence 1 is correct.

Example:

Incorrect: Bill clinton
Correct: Bill Clinton

If a proper noun consists of more than one words, each word in it should begin with a capital letter. So Sentence 1 is correct.

Example:

Incorrect: Bill clinton
Correct: Bill Clinton

If a proper noun consists of more than one words, each word in it should begin with a capital letter. The correct answer is thus:

1. The man's name is John Smith.

The man's name is John Smith.
The man's name is John smith.
The man's name is john Smith.
The man's name is john smith.
I don't know