You only capitalize 'veteran' in a sentence when it's the first word in the sentence or it's part of a title:
Veterans receive some benefits for their service. My father was a veteran of the Korean War. He receives his medical treatment at the Veterans' Administration Hospital.
No, because it isnot a propernoun.
No, because it is not a proper nou n.
No, except at the beginning of a sentence because it is n ot a proper n ou n.
At the beginning of a sentence and when it forms part of the proper noun or when it is used as a direct address. Example: Philippine Veteran Society
You won't capitalize 'your' in the middle of a sentence.
no or at least not any more than i capitalize the word sentence in a paragraph
you capitalize it if it starts the sentence
Bob is a member of the Rotary club and a Vietnam Veteran.
You capitalize the word 'an' only when it is at the beginning of the sentence: An apple or an orange are your choices.
No, there is no need to capitalize the word "bride" in a sentence.
Never. ANSWER: only if the word is the beginning word in the sentence.
Do you capitalize the word soccer in a sentence. For example, I like to play soccer.
Not unless it is the first word in that sentence.
You do not capitalize the word quarterback unless it is at the beginning of a sentence.
The word "elephants" is not a proper noun. Do not capitalize it.
No you do not
No, the word lunch is not capitalized in a sentence. You would only capitalize it if it was part of a title (e.g. it was a word in a book title).
It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence or when it forms part of the proper noun Examples: Philippine Veterans Bank US Department of Veterans Affairs
You capitalize the word "birthday" at the beginning of a sentence, and no other time.
The soldier who fought in Iraq was considered a Veteran.
There is no need to capitalize the word sun in a sentence because it is not a proper noun.