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What need to be capitalize in this sentence do you live north or south of the red river?
The river that the North needed to control to split the South was the Mississippi River. This river was a very important transportation system for the South so controlling… the river meant controlling the South.
Neither, they live in Africa
North Korea-Pyongyang South Korea-Seoul
The Red River runs north because White Rock, SD (near the river's source) is 200+ feet 'higher' in elevation, than the northern plains area of Drayton, ND, causing the water t…o naturally flow down-hill, to the north eventually depositing it's waters into Lake Winnipeg.
Answer The capital of North Dakota is Bismark The capital of South Dakota is Pierre
Yes you do.
The directions north and south, as well as east and west, are capitalized with the use of the direct article "the", e.g. "the North", where it represents a known location or d…ivision of a region. Also, the adjective form (Northern) where it applies to a known and specific region. This is the case for the Union and Confederate sides of the US Civil War, where the US is omitted and the sides are referred to simply as the North and the South. In a similar manner, use capitals for the US locations "the West" (frontier United States) and the East (well-developed areas on the eastern coast), or Midwest, or East Coast (omitting the term "of United States"). The term "the West" (Western) can generically apply to Europe and the Americas, while "the East" (Eastern, Far Eastern) refers to Asia. The "Middle East" is capitalized because of the specific region it denotes. Example : "Japan is located east of China in Asia." Example : "Japan and China were advanced civilizations in the East."
The Vietnamese capital Hanoi is the only capital to be found on a river named the Red River.
There is a capital in a non-US country on a "Red River", but I don't believe any US State capitals are ... Perhaps you are looking for Hanoi on the Hong (Red) river? Hanoi is …the capital of Viet Nam.
Do you live north or south of the Red River.
Only if river was part of the name (e.x. Tigris River) but if you are just talking about a river, then no.
This is the sentence posed East leads East West leads West South leads South and North leads North. Are the capitalizations correct?
Yes, yes it is.
No. It's not necessary.
he lives in the north how else would you write a christmas story when it never snows although it could have meen around christmas and he was in the south