spelling: capital letters

We use capital (big) letters at the beginning of the following words:
days, months and public holidays

    Sunday Tuesday March September Easter Christmas

the names of people and places

    John Mary Canada The United States Mars North Africa The Ritz Hotel The Super Cinema

people’s titles

    Mr Smith Professor Jones Colonel Blake Dr Webb

‘nationality’ and regional words (nouns or adjectives)

    He’s Russian I speak German Japanese history Catalan cooking

the first word (and often other important words) in the names of books, plays, films, pictures, magazines etc

    Gone with the wind OR Gone with the Wind New Scientist