Which sentence uses capital letters correctly? A. This Spring, we want the Spring fling to be a sophisticated Prom. B. This spring, we want the Spring Fling to be a sophisticated prom. C. This Spring, we want the Spring Fling to be a sophisticated Prom.

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Which sentence uses capital letters correctly? A. This Spring, we want the Spring fling to be a sophisticated Prom. B. This spring, we want the Spring Fling to be a sophisticated prom. C. This Spring, we want the Spring Fling to be a sophisticated Prom.

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Well first, you have to know when and where capital letters are used. For example, we capitalize the first letter of a sentence, the names of people, places, and things, but not the seasons.
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r u sure @Maddiem
Yes because you don't capitalize seasons.
I agree with Maddiem, as it says "a prom," so it shouldn't be capped like the other two answers.
i think B
when we want the proper noun to be a common noun

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