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  1. cmbukala
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    mrs

    If a phrase is in all caps, is the first letter of a proposition lower case and the second letter upper case?

    e.g. UNITED STATES oF AMERICA

    or UNITED STATES of AMERICA

  2. Ouisch's Avatar
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    Re: mrs

    If all the letters are capitalized, then the preposition is, too:
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    If just the first letters are capped (such as in a title), the preposition remains lower-case:
    United States of America

  3. matilda
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    Talking Re: mrs

    you should capitalize all of the sentence, or if you wanna capitalize only the first letter of each word, the preposition doesn't need to be capitalized.

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