Capital Letters 1
'Is the dog asleep? It's funny! Maybe it was knocked out'. Notice that capital letters start a sentence and they always follow question marks and exclamation marks.

Capital Letters 1

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Capital letters start sentences and follow periods, exclamation and question marks. In English, capital letters are very important and help us to understand the structure of words.

Test your knowledge in the first Capital Letters quiz.

1.
Which one is correct?
red sky means good weather it will be sunny tomorrow
Red sky means good weather. it will be sunny tomorrow
Red sky means good weather. it will be sunny tomorrow.
Red sky means good weather. It will be sunny tomorrow.
Capital letters follow exclamation and question marks
2.
Which one is correct?
the door is freshly painted don't touch it
the door is freshly painted Don't touch it.
The door is freshly painted. don't touch it
The door is freshly painted. Don't touch it.
Capital letters and punctuation marks help us read
3.
Which one is correct?
Which is the correct key for the door. Is it the silver one.
which is the correct key for the door. Is it the silver one?
Which is the correct key for the door? Is it the silver one?
which is the correct key for the door? is it the silver one
Use capital letters after the question marks
4.
Which one is correct?
where is the blue book is it in the pile on the table?
where is the blue book. is it in the pile on the table.
Where is the blue book? Is it in the pile on the table?
Where is the blue book? is it in the pile on the table?
Use capital letters after the question marks
5.
Which one is correct?
Hurry up you will be late for football practice
hurry up you will be late for football practice.
Hurry up! You will be late for football practice.
Hurry up! you will be late for football practice.
Capitals follow exclamation marks/begin sentences
6.
Which one is correct?
ouch I have a splinter in my hand
Ouch I have a splinter in my hand.
ouch! I have a splinter in my hand
Ouch! I have a splinter in my hand.
7.
Which one is correct?
tom played the Piano well kate Forgot her music
tom played the piano well kate forgot her music
Tom played the piano well. Kate forgot her music.
Tom played the Piano well. Kate forgot her Music.
Names also use capital letters: see Proper Nouns quiz
8.
Which one is correct?
he lives in hull she lives in london they live in bury
He lives in Hull. she lives in London they live in Bury.
he lives in hull. she lives in london. they live in bury
He lives in Hull. She lives in London. They live in Bury.
Use capital letters after full stops/to start a sentence
9.
Which one is correct?
where is your first aid kit? Did you leave it in the car
where is your first aid kit? Did you leave it in the car
Where is your first aid kit? Did you leave it in the car?
Where is your first aid kit? did you leave it in the car?
Use capital letters after question marks too
10.
Which one is correct?
Capital letters are useful do you use them correctly?
Capital letters are useful. Do you use them correctly?
capital letters are useful. Do you use them correctly?
capital letters are useful. do you use them correctly?
Try the next quiz for more about using capital letters
Author:  Sue Daish

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