Do you capitalize state in Washington state?
Not unless it is part of a proper name. The expression "Washington state" is used to indicate the state instead of the city (Washington DC). It would be capitalized if "Washington State" meant "Washington State University."
If you are saying Washington State, the S is capitalized. If you are saying the state of Washington, the S is not capitalized.
Capitalize the word state only when it appears after a state's name, as in "We will travel to Washington State this summer." (But make sure it won't be confused with a visit to the university known as Washington State. Perhaps "state of Washington" would be better.) In the phrase "state of Hawaii," you don't capitalize the word state. Finally, don't capitalize the word state when it's being used as a substitute for the state's name… Read More
It is sometimes but not always capitalized. It is capitalized when it is used in a title, or when it is part of the name of an organization or branch of government. When it is part of the official name of a state, as in "The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations", it is capitalized, but not when referring to the states in general. You would not capitalize it if you wanted to make… Read More
Usually you would not, if you are talking about parks in general. If you are not talking about a specific park, then the state parks in Washington would be referred to as the Washington state parks. Say that there is such a thing as the Washington State Parks Commission (I have no idea; I just made it up) Then you would refer to this commission as the Washington State Parks Commission.
Sometimes, it depends on what way you use homeland in a sentence. For example if i said "we are going to a homeland in Germany", then you would not capitalize homeland but if i said "we are going to George Washington State of Science Homeland" then you would capitalize it.
If it is the word 'state' you capitalize the first 's' like this 'State'.
The "Texas State Government" is a noun, and it is proper to capitalize it. Just as you would capitalize the name of a person.
Yes, always capitalize a state.
You capitalize the "s" for state when you referring to a specific state or state agency; State of Texas or State of Maine or The State Dept. of Health. You don't capitalize the "s" when the word state is used in general terms; the states with the largest population or the western most state.
You capitalize state trooper only when it specifies a particular state trooper as in the statement: "Andy Falcon, State Trooper, stopped the mayor for speeding."
Yes, you do capitalize both letters.
Yes. It should be Peachy State.
Yes...you should capitalize the planet name and the Sun. Just as you would capitalize each city and state name.
Yes you should.
They represented a southwestern state.
No. It's not necessary. Example: state of California
Yes, because it is a propernou n. It is a name of a newspaper.
Washington is a community property state. Washington is a community property state. Washington is a community property state. Washington is a community property state.
Yes. Example: Washington Annual Luncheon Event
If you are talking about the building in Washington, yes. If you are talking about a five-sided geometrical figure, no.
Washington state used to be a territory (Washington territory) before it became a state. But then on Nov. 11 1889 Washington became an official state. So now Washington is a state and not a territory.
you would think so...I bet it is since they always call it the Empire State Building, never the Empire State Center or what ever. So I'm gonna go with yes, capitalize Building.
It shouldn't be capitalized when it doesn't directly precede the name of the secretary of state.
There is only one Washington state ... and yes, Seattle is in Washington state.
Yes. Seattle Washington is located in the state of Washington.
Washington is a state in the United States.
no he did not find Washington state
Capitalize federal or state when used as part of an official agency name or in government documents where these terms represent an official name. If they are being used as general terms, you may use lowercase letters.
The state of Washington currently does not have a state beverage.
Yes you do; you always capitalize the name of a state.
Washington State is a rectangular shape. The western top portion of Washington State is a hook shape. To the west of Washington State is the Pacific coast.
Seattle, is the largest city in the State of Washington. The name of the state is Washington , not Seattle WAshington. The Capitol of Washington State is the city of Olympia, which is due south of the city of Seattle.
Washington is the only state named for a president . It is not a midwestern state and President Washington was not from the state og Washington.
Because they named Washington state after George Washington
It should be capitalized if you are referring to a specific state government but not when you're referring to state governments in general.
yes the S is always capitalize
no, Washington is the 42nd state
Washington doesn't have states in it if you are talking about Washington State.
Washington is a U.S. state. Washington D.C. is a city.
The Evergreen State is the nickname for the state of Washington, it is not a capital or a city. The capital of the state of Washington is Olympia.
The word "Lincoln" is a proper name and is thus always capitalized. If a word is part of the name of a structure, then it is also capitalized. Thus, Empire State Building, Chicago Art Museum, Washington Monument, and Vietnam Veterans Memorial. However, if a word is NOT part of the name of a structure, it is NOT capitalized. Thus, "a building within the Empire State," "a museum of art in Chicago," "a monument to George… Read More
You only need to capitalize south when it's part of a state name such as South Dakota or when it's in a regional name such as "Southeastern Region" but in cases in which you are telling someone to go south then it's not necessary to capitalize the word "south."
Washington state is named After George Washington the first President of the US The state of Washington is named after George Washington, the first president of the United States.
The Washington state motto is "By and by"
who is the super state hero of Washington
George Washington so Washington state
Washington DC is not a state, it does not have a state song.
Washington was not a state until 1889.
http://www.gonorthwest.com/washington/washington-state-map.htm Washington State, USA