Here are two capitalization tests. Each one covers a different set of rules, so they are suitable for different levels.
The first of the two capitalization tests will cover the basic rules of capitalization. These rules cover:
“I”; the first word of a sentence; days; months; names of people, family members, places, buildings, and organizations.
Also included are rules about:
historical events, eras, and documents; directions; titles of groups of people; and titles of books, newspapers, magazines, plays, television shows, movies, and more.
B. A trip around the world would be fun.It would be cold in Antarctica and hot in the Bahamas. You would meet Germans, Italians, and Swedes in Europe. It would be interesting to visit Egypt and see the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Sphinx, and the Nile River. You could get ideas about where to go from the book Journeys of a Lifetime or watch the Travel Channel. Lastly, you could visit the sites of famous events, like the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Waterloo, or where the Magna Carta was signed.
The second of the two capitalization tests are more comprehensive and cover all rules of capitalization including:
solar system, names of businesses, school subjects, quotes, poems, opening and closing of letters, and outlines.
I. Animals of the rainforest
I am a poet
I did not know it,
My feet show it.
They are long fellows.
Dear Mr. Wilson Smith,
I regret that Kevin and I will not be able to attend your retirement party at Harry’s House of Hoses.
B. Nos. 3,4,6,7,9, and 10 are incorrect.