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Observe the difference between the next two examples:

We have asked for a meeting with the President.


I would like to be the president of a big company.

Why the first sentence write with capital letter and the second doesn’t?

Punctuate the following sentence with capital letter, and appropriate punctuation.

1. thanks for all your help john


2. mozart was born on 27 january 1756
3. juliet speaks english french italian and portuguese
4. john and jane have red hair
5. spain is a beautiful country the beaches are warm sandy and spotlessly clean

Observe the difference between the next two examples:

We have asked for a meeting with the President.


I would like to be the president of a big company.

Why the first sentence write with capital letter and the secons doesn’t?

Punctuate the following sentence with capital letter, and appropriate punctuation.

1. thanks for all your help john


2. mozart was born on 27 january 1756
3. juliet speaks english french italian and portuguese
4. john and jane have red hair
5. spain is a beautiful country the beaches are warm sandy and spotlessly clean

Observe the difference between the next two examples:

We have asked for a meeting with the President.


I would like to be the president of a big company.

Why the first sentence write with capital letter and the secons doesn’t?

Punctuate the following sentence with capital letter, and appropriate punctuation.

1. thanks for all your help john


2. mozart was born on 27 january 1756
3. juliet speaks english french italian and portuguese
4. john and jane have red hair
5. spain is a beautiful country the beaches are warm sandy and spotlessly clean