ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which sentence uses correct capitalization? O
A. Of the Director's latest movie, Rite of Spring, one critic said, "Wait
to rent it."
O
B. Of the director's latest movie, Rite of Spring, one critic said, "wait
to rent it."
O
C. Of the director's latest movie, Rite of Spring, one critic said, "Wait
to rent it."
O
D. Of the director's latest movie, Rite of Spring, one critic said, "Wait
to rent it."

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

C and D.  Of the director's latest movie, Rite of Spring, one critic said, "Wait

to rent it."

Explanation:

To answer this question, we need to know the rules of capitalization.

The question is, what are the rules of capitalization?

They are:

1. A sentence must begin with a capital letter.

2. Proper nouns must begin with capital letters

3. Names of location must begin with a capital letter

4. Titles attached to name must begin with a capital letter e.g Mr David, if this title is addressing the person directly, it must also begin with a capital letter, but if this title is just in the middle of a sentence, then it need not to begin in a capital letter

5. All words in title of book must be in capital letter except for small word like; of, or, nor for etc

6. The first word in a quotation must begin with a capital letter.

Now lets analyze the answer's we've chosen;

Of : This is the word at the beginning of this sentence, so it must begin with a capital letter

director: Though, this is a sentence, but there is no name attached to it, and also it's not addressing the person directly

Rite of Spring : This is a title of a book, so all words must be in capital letter except for the small word 'of'

Wait: This is the first word in a quotation, so it must begin with a capital letter.

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

D. Of the director's latest movie, Rite of Spring, one critic said, "Wait

to rent it."

Explanation:


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