Should medicine be capitalized in a sentence?
Medicine should only be capitalized in a sentence for two reasons. One, it started the sentence, like in the last sentence. And two, if it is a part of a proper noun, such as the UCSD School of Medicine.
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Only at the beginning of the sentence.
When it is at the beginning of a sentence, or at the end of a letter. I don't see it capitalized anywhere else.
no because the atmosphere is big and has lots of parts you can capitalize the parts of the atmosphere
No. It's not necessary.
Only if it is used as a proper noun. Examples: "Mom baked an apple pie." "My mom baked an apple pie."
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Not unless it is referring to a name. Or it is at the beginning of a sentence.
There is no need to capitalize the word sun in a sentence because it is not a proper noun.
no.... its a sport....... not a proper noun
No, unless you are using it as the name of a place, but I somehow doubt that.
Only if it directly precedes the name of the principal.
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No, except at the beginning of a sentence because it is n ot a proper n ou n. However, if it is used as a part of a proper nou n, the n it it is capitalized. . Ex…ample: . Sa n A nto nio Eva ngelical Church .
It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence and when it is used as part of the proper noun.
Yes, if it is the name of a department.