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  1. Helped Wanted
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    Need help again : Capitalization of the single word "Fa

    I cannot stop thinking about what Father told us about those horrible incidents that happened during those few weeks.


    Do we need to capitalize the "F" in father when it stands on its own without the word "my"? Would it be better to add the possessive pronoun "my" when talking about one's own father?
    Thanks again! ^o^

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    Re: Need help again : Capitalization of the single word &quo

    Quote Originally Posted by Helped Wanted
    I cannot stop thinking about what Father told us about those horrible incidents that happened during those few weeks.


    Do we need to capitalize the "F" in father when it stands on its own without the word "my"? Would it be better to add the possessive pronoun "my" when talking about one's own father?
    Thanks again! ^o^
    I'd capitalize it. :D
    You could also use "...what our Father told us...." :D

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    Many thanks, Cas! ^o^

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