English Grammar & Writing – Capitalization

In this grammar lesson you will learn all the places in which capitalization is used in the English language. This lesson will help you avoid mistakes in your writing.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to English Grammar & Writing – Capitalization

  1. 1123aka says:

    ..you look like Miley Cyrus.
    …anyways thanks ! 🙂

  2. MrBurty5 says:

    Thankyou I like this.

  3. noury25 says:

    Many thanks to you Ms.Valen.Your way of teaching is organised, esay and clear.

  4. ITSbigwillystyle says:

    I speak English and Spanish! BWAHAHAHA!

  5. letpernaw says:

    Thank you Valen for your this website because it’s wonderful to me &
    I really love to learn it. May God bless you always..

  6. skofield2010 says:

    hello Valen thanks very much its useful for beginners greeting for you Adel from Egypt but i felt you wanna lough during the lesson lol bye bye

  7. SuperxSharpxShooter says:

    I thanks you very much
    I leirning english very goood!!!

  8. ERUSHAN says:

    it is good

  9. kenkenkenken1120 says:

    your teaching is very clear and easy to under stand for Japanese like me!

  10. SuckerGamer says:

    its nice that you want to teach people grammar, but seriously Grammar Nazi’s are freaking everywhere. -____-
    they are doing nothing but being annoying and/or Insult with grammar, if you spell even ONE word wrong either by accident or on purpose.

    Grammar irl. is a good thing.

    but on the internet people are just freaking assholes /trolls

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  13. JesusWASdarkSkin says:

    Useful vid thanks

  14. AbHany says:

    What about nationalities and languages… ?

  15. poliphylus says:

    Though it’s not incorrect designating ‘my’ a possessive pronoun in English, I suggest treating it as a possessive adjective (which is also correct—and perhaps more widely used), because in the grammar of other languages (e.g. Romance) possessive pronouns refer to those that replace a possessive adjective+noun pair (e.g. {my father}, not {your father} => {mine}, not {yours}). I think using ‘adjective’ instead of ‘pronoun’ would ease the translation of the concept.

    Kindly, ESL apprentice 🙂

  16. nolramaragrev says:

    very well !!! I’m going to see all of your videos !

  17. nolramaragrev says:

    very well!!! i’m going to see all your videos !

  18. boodhari2000 says:

    believe me !!!!!!!!! you don’t belong this work

  19. GHEBAA says:

    very nice

  20. lifeiaction says:

    Mam Valen I reallly aprecite your way of teaching so explanatory and interesting I like your teaching Method and as Well you are too Great.

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  22. HASHIM714 says:

    I gunna start with you, thank you nice teacher

  23. khayyamchaudhry says:

    Thank you, Valen.

  24. maheshd00001 says:

    Hi valen, my brAin is fUlly jAm with capitAl and Simple after seeing you. Your awesome

  25. Carlosarturocortes says:

    Thank you very much, Valen.

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