Yes It Is Correctly Capitalized.!.
Capitalise 'Yours', but not 'sincerely'.
The first word of a complimentary close is capitalized. Some examples are: Respectfully, Respectfully yours, Sincerely, Sincerely yours, Yours sincerely, Yours truly, With appreciation, Thank you,
Respectfully yours, Sarah4544
No, state should not be capitalized.
No, only the first word of a complimentary closing should be capitalized, for example:Yours truly,Most sincerely,Respectfully,Respectfully yours,Sincerely yours,
No. Articles are not capitalized.
The phrase "Martin Luther King Day" is correctly capitalized. Martin Luther King is a name so is automatically capitalized. Since it is a specific day, a holiday to be exact, day is also capitalized.
These are correctly capitalized:A Dr. Harris D FebruaryIncorrect:B monday = Monday C Winter = winter, should not be capitalized
yes it is
No, "family" is a common noun and should not be capitalized.
A quotation should be capitalized at the beginning of the quote. All of the words should also be capitalized except for words like, the.
If being used alone at the end of a letter then it should be capitalized. If it's following the word "yours" then it shouldn't be capitalized.
Yours Truly. You've already spelt it correctly.
You have spelled it correctly in your question !
You have spelled it correctly though it should be capitalized.
You spelled it correctly in the question, except that it should be capitalized.
It is not. The question capitalized it correctly. Hyphenate it if the phrase is used as an adjective, capitalize the first letter if it begins a sentence.
Yes it should be capitalized.
You capitalized it correctly. It is ----Henry Reeder holds a doctorate in literature.