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This tool changes the text case of any word or sentence.
An alternating case is when a piece of writing is done with all capitals or lowercase. We know that this is done because we see it. We can tell the difference between an all-capital and all-lowercase text. When a piece of writing is done with all caps, it appears as an alternate form, like the one above. An all-lowercase text would look like this: tHe qUiCk bRoWn fOx jUmPs oVeR ThE LaZy dOg.
We don’t often talk about them as a group. There are, however, some names that are used when referring to the alphabet. The alphabet consists of 26 letters. The first letter is called Alpha, followed by Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa, Lambda, Mu, Nu, Xi, Omicron, Pi, Rho, Sigma, Tau, Upsilon, Phi, Chi, Psi, Omega.
When we capitalize a word, we tell the reader that we want them to read the text the same way we do. It is a term used in English, meaning every letter should be in all upper case. This may be the case for proper nouns or names, but it also means the first letter of each sentence. Capitalizing a sentence gives it a formal or official appearance.
Upper-case and lower-case. The upper case refers to capital letters. For example, in this sentence, the words in uppercase represent the nouns (plural) in the sentence, “the letter A.”
Lowercase represents the nouns in sentences, for example, “a,” “the,” “the cat.”
Yes, it does. You can use uppercase only for nouns. If you have a noun that starts with an upper case letter, you’ll have to put it in lowercase.
How do you spell a capital city? You follow the capitalization rules. Here are some examples of spelling a city’s name correctly: New York, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Seattle, San Francisco, Dallas, Denver, etc.
The rule of punctuation applies to lowercase letters. You always capitalize or end the word. To write the letter and in a word, you add an apostrophe.
It is also permissible to use a lowercase letter to stand for a word (like how we use a, an, and to stand for the words they represent). But in that case, you have to capitalize the letter as well. For example:
A dog, a cat, and a mouse.
Capitalize the letter a when it stands for the word ‘a’ (one), but not when it stands for the word ‘and.’
What does a colon (:) do? The colon is a special symbol in a written text. Its purpose is to separate a pair of words. The first word is the sentence's subject, while the second is the object.
They use the colon because the object is usually a direct quote or because the subject needs to be modified. For example:
The boss said, “Don’t worry, I’ll take care of it.”
We are often confronted with using “we” or “I.” This makes it hard to tell who the subject of the sentence is. A colon allows the reader or listener to know whether “we” or “I” is the subject.
A colon is used in the following situations:
In a list of objects
To connect two complete thoughts.
To clarify or emphasize the main idea, show a comparison between two or more things.
To introduce a parenthetical statement.
To identify a person mentioned earlier in the sentence.
Title: How do you punctuate a quotation?
How do you punctuate a quotation? First, put quotes around the quotation. Second, punctuate it like any other quoted material. Third, add commas to the ends of the sentences.
“I am going to work out.”
“I am going to work out,” she said.
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