Lesson 331 – Mechanics – End Punctuation

Use a period to end a declarative sentence.
Instructions: Put the needed punctuation in each of these sentences.
1. The sun is shining brightly in the eastern sky
2. Gold has been discovered in various states at different times
3. Those girls go to Orem Junior High School
4. This is a beautiful morning for a hike
5. You may read for the rest of the time
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Answers:
1 – 5 – All sentences require a period at the end of the sentence.

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Lesson 329 – Mechanics – Capitalization Review

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. The train santa fe express will arrive at 1:35 p.m., but the plane will arrive at 11:25 a.m.
2. julius caesar, the roman general, was born about 100 b.c.
3. have you read the poem “the road not taken” or the book a farewell to arms?
4. The first five books of the old testament are known as the pentateuch.
5. my mother uses liberty gold pineapple in several dishes.
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Answers:
1. Santa Fe Express / P.M. / A.M.
2. Julius Caesar / Roman / B.C.
3. Have / “The Road Not Taken” / A Farewell to Arms
4. Old Testament / Pentateuch
5. My / Liberty Gold

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Lesson 327 – Mechanics – Capitalization Review

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. joe louis was known as the “the brown bomber.”
2. knowing that nature never did betray
the heart that loved her.
3. the letter began, “my dear celeste,” and ended with, “your dearest cousin.”
4. The biggest signature on the declaration of independence was by john hancock.
5. The seminoles, who are native americans, live in florida.
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Answers:
1. Joe Louis / The Brown Bomber (epithet)
2. Knowing / Nature (personification)/The
3. The / My dear Celeste / Your
4. Declaration of Independence / John Hancock
5. Seminoles / Native Americans / Florida
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Lesson 326 – Mechanics – Capitalization Review

Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. “yes,” eric yelled, “we are glad that grandpa and grandma like trips.”
2. yesterday i went with mother to see miss lomack, our dentist.
3. In the ensign magazine i found an article about mohammedanism and christianity in the middle east.
4. “there was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile,
he found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile;”
5. Did you know that professor phillips studied brahmanism in india?
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Answers:
1. Yes / Eric / Grandpa / Grandma
2. Yesterday / I / Mother / Miss Lomack
3. Ensign / I / Mohammedanism / Christianity / Middle East
4. There / He
5. Professor Phillips / Brahmanism / India

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Lesson 325 – Mechanics – Capitalization

Capitalize proper adjectives made from proper nouns. Example: French dressing, Grecian urn
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. I will have the caesar’s salad rather than the finnish soup.
2. The mediterranean fruit fly is a threat to the cherry crop.
3. Many good stories are found in american folklore.
4. Do you want french or italian dressing on that?
5. I like the look of spanish architecture.
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Answers:
1. Caesar’s/Finnish
2. Mediterranean
3. American
4. French/Italian
5. Spanish

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Lesson 324 – Mechanics – Capitalization

Capitalize the first word and all nouns in the salutation of a letter. Example: My dear Mary, Capitalize only the first word of the complimentary close. Example: Yours truly,
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. dear uncle frank, your favorite nephew,
2. with fondest regards, dear sweetheart,
3. dear sir: respectfully yours,
4. dear mom and dad, with love,
5. your dearest friend, to whom it may concern:
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Answers:
1. Dear Uncle Frank/Your
2. With/Dear Sweetheart
3. Dear Sir/Respectfully
4. Dear Mom and Dad/With
5. Your/To

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Lesson 321 – Mechanics – Capitalization

Capitalize the titles of books, newspapers, magazines, and all other kinds of literary works. Capitalize works of art, motion pictures, and musical compositions. Do not capitalize the articles (a, an, the), prepositions, or conjunctions unless they come first or last in these titles. Example: Death of a Salesman, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.
1. My favorite book is a tale of two cities.
2. Have you ever heard the song “earth angel”?
3. Jeff’s theme was entitled “among the stars.”
4. We take two newspapers new utah and the deseret news.
5. national geographic and reader’s digest are both interesting magazines.
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Answers:
1. A Tale of Two Cities
2. “Earth Angel”
3. “Among the Stars”
4. New Utah/Deseret News
5. National Geographic/Reader’s Digest

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