anonymous
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is aunt sapose to be capalized in the middle of a sentence
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anonymous
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whats are the choices?
anonymous
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A.I sent a thank-you note to aunt Elaine, but not to my other aunts B.I sent a thank-you note to Aunt Elaine, but not to my other Aunts C.I sent a thank-you note to aunt Elaine, but not to my other Aunts D.I sent a thank-you note to Aunt Elaine, but not to my other aunts
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- Family - Uncle, Aunt, Cousin – Capitalize these and other family terms when used with a proper noun, but not when used as a possessive pronoun. Examples: I saw Aunt Sarah dancing all night. When I arrived, Cousin Bill was directing traffic
anonymous
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its A
anonymous
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it says it was wrong
anonymous
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B
anonymous
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nope
anonymous
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i learn it should be capatalized the teacher thought me
anonymous
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shouldnt
anonymous
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so what its a? if its not capitilized?
anonymous
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nope
anonymous
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c?
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D
anonymous
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it said its D
anonymous
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and this is the explanation it gave me
anonymous
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Capitalize family relationships when they are used as proper names. "Aunt Elaine" is the whole proper name, so "Aunt" is capitalized. In the phrase, "but not to my other aunts," aunts is not part of a proper name and is not capitalized
anonymous
  • anonymous
the last sentence shouldnt be capitalized
anonymous
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last word
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aunt
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idk
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i dont like study island

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