In English, capitalize the following words or terms:
In general the generic forms of proper nouns are lowercase:
Ex.: Brooklyn Bridge, the bridge
Ex.: The United States Army, the army
Ex.: President Kennedy, the president
French capitalization is the same as English capitalization. The following terms are not capitalized in French unless they begin a sentence:
In German capitalize all nouns, including adjectives, infinitives, pronouns, prepositions, and other parts of speech when they are used as nouns. Capitalize the pronoun Sie ("you") and its possessive, Ihr ("your"), and their inflected forms. The following are generally not capitalized unless they are beginning a sentence:
Italian capitalization is the same as in English, except for the capitalization of large amounts of time, including centuries (il Selcento). The following terms are not capitalized, unless they are beginning a sentence or a line of verse:
Spanish capitalization is the same as in English. However, the following terms are not capitalized in Spanish unless the word begins a sentence:
Latin rules are the same as English language rules, except ego (I), is not capitalized.
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