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Capitalization and Punctuation 

Non-English Words, Phrases, and Accent Marks

Brenda Gregoline

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Non-English words should be capitalized and non-English phrases punctuated according to that language’s standard of correctness. Follow language dictionaries and The Chicago Manual of Style.

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