Results for: Capitalism

In Economics

What is capital?

The word capital is another word for money; or the machines, tools, and buildings used in the production of goods and services. "A capital" can be a capital letter (upper cas (MORE)
In Sentence and Word Structure

When do you capitalize?

Capitals are used at the start of sentences, for proper names and proper nouns, titles of books, magazines, plays.
In Sentence and Word Structure

When do you capitalize 'from'?

Never capitalize "from" in a title, unless it is the first or last word. "From" is a preposition, and prepositions of four letter or less are not supposed to be capitalized. (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What are capitals?

Capital letters are UPPER CASE. Capitals are also cities where the governments of nations or states are located.
In Punctuation and Capitalization

When do you capitalize 'that'?

Only when it is the first word in a sentence or is part of something's name or title.
In Jobs & Education

When to capitalize?

At the beginning of a sentence or when using a name of a noun, and also when the word "I" is used.
In Punctuation and Capitalization

Why do you capitalize 'i'?

There really is no specific reason. We just capitalize "I" even though similar words such as "you," "he," and "we," are left lowercase.
In History, Politics & Society

When do you capitalize i?

"I" is capitalized if it is the beginning letter of a name, for example the name of the country India. One must also capitalize "I" if her or she is using it to refer to himse (MORE)
In Punctuation and Capitalization

Do you capitalize on?

Not unless the word "on" begins a sentence. "On" is a preposition. In titles, prepositions should not be capitalized.
In Punctuation and Capitalization

Are who and was capitalized?

"Who" and "was" are not capitalized unless they are the first words of a sentence.