The rules of capitalization can be overwhelming. For the purpose of business communication, however, it’s best to focus on major rules and applications.
In the following exercise, underline every word that should be capitalized. As a reference, check your textbook (Business Communication: Process and Product, 10e, section D-2n, or Essentials of Business Communication, 12e, pp. D-37–42. You may also visit Purdue University’s Writing Lab for guidance on capitalization use.
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