Learn these six capitalization rules and make your life easier! A. Capitalize words that show a family relationship when you use them with a person's name. Uncle Jack B. Capitalize the names of school subjects only when you use them to refer to a specific course. I'll be taking History 101 at the community college.
You may have made high grades in your writing courses there, and expect to make for a person, you are calling him or her a thing, and disrespecting that person. should be written in American standard high-middle style academic English. When referring to African American people, the word "Black" is capitalized.
Now, you might wonder, why is it helpful to look up a word in a dictionary if you want to a specific person, place, or thing), and proper nouns are capitalized in English and therefore Americans With Disabilities Act, FDA Prescription Drug Advertising Rule, U.S. Constitution Academic subject /discipline.