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Common Rules for Capital Letter Usage

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Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly

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Finding your voice

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Using Initials in essay writing

  • Change the name of something by using their initials; for example, United Nations becomes U.N.
  • Use full stops to indicate that it is an abbreviation.
  • Use the long form the first time you write (with the short form in brackets), then the short form (initials) can be used thereafter. Example: Peter Jones presented at the United Nations (U.N.) assembly in New York (N.Y.). Peter’s comments to the U.N. were received with enthusiasm.
  • When initials become a new word (or something that is well known), you don’t need to add the full stops; for example: Peter Jones presented at the United Nations (UN) assembly in New York (NY). Peter’s comments to the UN were received with enthusiasm.

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