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Are nationalities capitalized in German?
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Also, do you capitalize German?
You should capitalize the names of countries, nationalities, and languages because they are proper nouns—English nouns that are always capitalized. English is made up of many languages, including Latin, German, and French. My mother is British , and my father is Dutch .
Also, do you capitalize ethnicities? Racial and ethnic groups are designated by proper nouns and are capitalized. Likewise, capitalize terms such as “Native American,” “Hispanic,” and so on. Capitalize “Indigenous” and “Aboriginal” whenever they are used.
Thereof, are colors capitalized in German?
German adjectives — including those of nationality — are NOT capitalized. In fact, for book and movie titles in German, only the first word and any nouns are capitalized. (See the article on German Punctuation for more about book and film titles in German.) Farben (colors) in German can be either nouns or adjectives.
Why are all nouns capitalized in German?
German capitalizes the nouns for the reader (you), so that you can easily identify them while you're reading. German capitalizes the nouns for the reader (you), so that you can easily identify them while you're reading. Instantly when you look at a German text, you know what word is a noun (easy!).