Quiz Yourself: When to capitalize “President”

Meet the president: Mr. President

Have you ever worried about when president should be capitalized? You should only capitalize it as a title before an individual’s name or when directly addressing a person in that role. You’ve probably seen plenty of variations in the news and on social media. But do you know when you’re actually supposed to capitalize titles like president or governor? Take the quiz!

Need to brush up your capitalization skills? Read the article here.

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