I’ve read a number of books, and when an author uses a colon in a sentence to define something he wrote in simpler terms or to define in a more detailed manner, he capitalizes the next word. Such as, “The blue sky was beautiful: The sky resembled a cascading fall into the bountiful white clouds.” Should I also capitalize the T in “The”?
When CC: a person(s) in a business letter, is it necessary to fully type their business name after their name or is an abbreviation acceptable.
For example: CC; So-and-so FCCC or Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation
Hi, I’m editing a brochure and know Internet is in caps, but is Web for Web site? and is Website one or two words? I’ve seen it both ways.
The brochure is speaking about a specific government website, but says “the county web site”.
Thanks, Freezing on the Hill
1)”They were all trying to figure out which theoretical trend would be fashionable by the time they would attend postgraduate school, and scheming career plans.”
Is the tenses coordination ok? and the words appropriate?
2) “Most sold out in time and made a career of denouncing what they had worshipped.”
Does “sold out” sound very weird? Is there a better idiom to describe with contempt the way leftists-turned-capitalist-champions betrayed the ideals of their youth?
And, am I intruding here?
When fine artists say their work is “multi-disciplinary”, what would a discipline mean in this context?