Capital letters are always used for nouns in the following groups:
- countries: Germany, Britain, etc
- towns, cities, states and regions: Tokyo, Paris, Texas, New South Wales, etc.
- nationalities, ethnic groups and religions – referring to people, languages or things from a country, region or culture:
Can you speak Vietnamese?
a Buddhist temple
You can hear he’s South African from his accent
I’d like to learn more about Asian culture
- months and days of the week: October, September, Tuesday, etc.
- names of organisations and institutions: the United Nations, the National Museum, etc.
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