Uppercase letters are used in diverse contexts. Most of the times under the capitalisation process, which is the action of writing the first letter of a word in capital letters and the remaining part in lowercase letters.
See Uppercase letters in A1
- Days of the week:
- Monday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday; Saturday; Sunday.
- January; February; March; April; May; June; July; August; September; October; November; December.
- Names of brands:
- Pepsi Cola;
- Microsoft Corporation;
- Names of monuments:
- the Eiffel Tower;
- the White Tower;
- the London Eye.
- Names of works of art
- the Last Supper
- the Mona Lisa
- With whole words when we want to draw attention to them
- Inner divisions in manuscripts
We capitalise the words when writing :
- The days of the week;
- The months of the year;
- Names of trade-marks or brands;
- Names of monuments;
- Names of works of art.
- with whole words when we want to draw attention to them
- Inner divisions in manuscripts and printed texts, that is, the sub-titles of large texts are in uppercase letters completely.
External link to Uppercase letters exercises (1194).
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