Volume 2, Number 32, May 18, 1998
Titles and Capitalization II
When you put a title at the beginning of something you have written, remember to capitalize the appropriate words.
The first and last words always
begin with a capital letter.
Other words in the title begin with capital letters, except for short prepositions such as in and of, short conjunctions such as and and or, and the articles a, an, and the.
Write each title correctly. The first four have been done for you.
1._ an egg in an orange . . . . . An Egg in an Orange
2._ tremor trusts a tree . . . . . Tremor Trusts a Tree
3._ working at home . . . . . Working at Home
4._ too much gas . . . . . Too Much Gas
5._ when an ape owns ants
6._ the time is wrong
7._ boys and kites
8._ just for you
9. _never talk to an onion
10. don't snore in the rain
11. it came from under the couch
12. why you should eat insects
13. running at the track
14. a lizard on my salad
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