English Grammar Rules Learning- 1 min
When to use Capital Letters in Title
- Usually, capitalize the nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs, and don’t capitalize the prepositions, articles and conjunctions unless they’re the first or last word.
Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.
- When it comes to prepositions, if the word contains six or more letters, it should be capitalized.
“The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios” is the first short story in the collection.
Comma Before ‘And’
- The comma is optional when using it in a list of three or more items.
The dog is young, well trained, and good natured.
The dog is young, well trained and good natured.
- The comma should not be used when only two items are mentioned.
The dog is well trained and good natured.
- The comma is needed to join two independent clauses unless the two independent clauses are very short and closely connected.
On Monday we’ll see the Eiffel Tower, and on Tuesday we’ll visit the Louvre.
Arthur cooked and Melvin cleaned.