Top Tip Of The Week

Capital Speech!

Always use a capital letter at the beginning of a passage of speech e.g.:

“Would you like to buy my book?”

Most writers get this right, but, if ownership is assigned before speech, some writers become confused and don’t think a capital letter is necessary because the speech isn’t the start of the sentence. However, the actual words of speech are a complete sentence and so a capital letter is a must e.g.:

Hannah asked, “Would you like to buy my book?”

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Have a super Friday and weekend. I leave you with a Friday Funny:

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5 Responses to Top Tip Of The Week

  1. tpolen says:

    My cat sleeps like this most of the time – strangest thing I’ve ever seen in cat behavior.

  2. Sherri says:

    Love it! Thanks Esther, you have a great weekend too 🙂

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