Capital letters in English (kada pišemo veliko početno slovo u engleskom jeziku)
We use capital (big) letters at the beginning of the
following kinds of words:
The names of people
Mary, John, Bart, Homer, Igor, Ana...
The names of places
Canada, Croatia, Slovenia,
Middle Earth (imaginay place)
the European Union,
the United States...
the names of:
DAYS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
January, February, June,
July, December, November, March, May
Statehood Day (June 25)
Labour Day (May 1)
All Saint’s Day (November 1)
The names of people’ s titles
Professor Blake, the Prime Minister,
Dr Jones, Mr Smith and Mrs Smith
The names of institutions
The Ritz Hotel, Oxford University
Vladimir Nazor Primary School
Nouns and adjectives referring to
nationalities , languages, religions
She’s German and he’s Russian.
They can speak English, German and
He is a Catholic.
The first word (and other important words) in the
titles of books, films or theatre plays:
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the
High School Musical
Koko and the Ghosts
Alice in Wonderland
The Little Prince
Correct teacher’s mistakes:
my name is ana. i am from germany.
my mother is italian.
we speak german, italian and english at
i like reading. my favourite book is harry
potter, written by british author j.k. rowling.
my dad is a primary school teacher.
he works at john smith primary school.