Does park in national park need to be capitalized?
Luckily, the answer is simple. Proper nouns are capitalized and common nouns aren’t. In other words, when “Mom” and “Dad” are used in place of a person’s name, they’re capitalized. When “mom” and “dad” describe a generic parental relationship, they’re lowercased.
Do you capitalize mom or dad in a sentence?
In general, don’t capitalize the. When the name doesn’t appear, lowercase geographical features (mountain, valley, gorge or beach, for instance). In general, you should capitalize the names of countries and languages.
In other words, capitalize words such as Mother, Father, Grandmother, Grandfather, Son, Daughter, and Sis when they are used in place of the person’s name. Do not capitalize them when they follow possessive pronouns such as her, his, my, our, your.
Does the park have a capital letter?
The full name of the park is Yellowstone National Park, so this is different from saying, “The United States has many national parks”. In this case, national park is descriptive and does not get capitalized.