[ hwen-uh v, wen-uh v ]
/ ˈʰwɛn əv, ˈwɛn əv /
contraction of when have: When've you talked to her?
When To Capitalize PresidentHave you ever worried about when president should be capitalized? You should only capitalize president as a title before an individual’s name or when directly addressing a person in that role (e.g. “President George Washington”). Variations of the word, such as presidential, should not be capitalized unless they begin a sentence or are used as part of a proper name (e.g. “Presidential Medal of Freedom”). …
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