Grade 4 Language - Capital Letters 2
I loved our holiday in Canada. Countries are proper nouns and need a capital letter.

Grade 4 Language - Capital Letters 2

This English Language quiz is called 'Capital Letters 2' and it has been written by teachers to help you if you are studying the subject at elementary school. Playing educational quizzes is an enjoyable way to learn if you are in the 3rd, 4th or 5th grade - aged 8 to 11.

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This quiz takes a further look at capital letters. If you've tried the first quiz on capital letters, you will know that capital letters are used for the beginnings of sentences and for proper nouns. Did you also know that proper nouns include the names of titles, days, months, countries and languages?

Remember that if a proper noun is at the beginning, middle or even end of a sentence, it will still require a capital letter. Many people are unsure whether seasons (such as autumn and winter) should be capitalized or not. As you can see from the previous sentence, they don’t need to be capitalized (and this might help you with one of our questions).

Challenge yourself further by trying this second Capital Letters quiz.

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1.
Which of these is correct?
In March, we like to look for bluebells.
in March, we like to look for bluebells.
In march, we like to look for Bluebells.
in march, we like to look for bluebells.
'In' begins the sentence, 'March' is a proper noun.
2.
Which of these is correct?
we have karate training every Wednesday.
we have karate training every wednesday.
We have karate training every Wednesday.
We have Karate training every wednesday.
'We' begins the sentence, 'Wednesday' is a proper noun.
3.
Which of these is correct?
We play rugby in the winter, but we play cricket in the summer.
We play Rugby in the Winter, but we play Cricket in the Summer.
We play rugby in the Winter, but we play cricket in the Summer.
we play rugby in the winter, but we play cricket in the summer.
'We' begins the sentence - names of seasons and sports are not capitalized.
4.
Which of these is correct?
He can speak russian and German.
He can speak russian and german.
he can speak russian and german.
He can speak Russian and German.
'He' begins the sentence, 'Russian' and 'German' are proper nouns.
5.
Which of these is correct?
dr spock does not work at our local doctors' surgery.
Dr. Spock does not work at our local Doctors' Surgery.
Dr. Spock does not work at our local doctors' surgery.
Dr. spock does not work at our local doctors' surgery.
'Dr.' is a title, 'Spock' is a person's surname.
6.
Which of these is correct?
I've always wanted to visit south Africa.
I've always wanted to visit South Africa.
I've always wanted to visit south africa.
i've always wanted to visit south africa.
'I' is always capitalized, 'South Africa' is a proper noun because it is the name of a country.
7.
Which of these is correct?
william shakespeare is the most famous english playwright.
William Shakespeare is the most famous english playwright.
William Shakespeare is the most famous English playwright.
William shakespeare is the most famous english playwright.
'William', 'Shakespeare' and 'English' are all proper nouns.
8.
Which of these is correct?
My address is: 10 Wordsworth Avenue, Edinburgh.
My address is: 10 Wordsworth avenue, Edinburgh.
my address is: 10 wordsworth avenue, edinburgh.
My address is: 10 Wordsworth Avenue, edinburgh.
'Wordsworth Avenue' and 'Edinburgh' are both proper nouns - they are place names.
9.
Which of these is correct?
"I'm tired and I want to go to bed now," He said.
"I'm tired and i want to go to bed now," he said.
"i'm tired and i want to go to bed now," he said.
"I'm tired and I want to go to bed now," he said.
'I' is always capitalized.
10.
Which of these is correct?
She whispered, "Are you afraid?"
She whispered, "are you afraid?"
she whispered, "are you afraid?"
She whispered, "are You afraid?"
'She' and 'Are' both begin sentences - even though 'Are' is within the speech marks, it is the beginning of her spoken sentence.
Author:  Sheri Smith

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