Are you confused about when to capitalize some nouns? If so, here are three fundamental capitalization rules to keep in mind:
1. The first word in a sentence. This should always be capitalized.
2. Titles and honorifics (including their abbreviations): This would include things such as Doctor (Dr.), Mr., Mrs., Ms., Miss, Lord, President, etc.
3. Proper nouns/names: This includes names of locations, days, months, companies, places, and people. For instance: Chicago, Stephanie, Minnesota, Pandora, November, Wednesday, etc.