German orthographic rules

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German orthographic rules

Some German ortographic Rules

Sustantives always go with capital letter

Words used as sustantives go with capital letter

Ss or ß?Use ss after a short vowel Use ß after a long vowel

The adjectives go with small letter but in set expresions composed by an adjective and a sustantive the adjective goes with capital letter

Colors preceded by the prepositions: "in","bei" and "auf" go with capital letter

Hours,combined with "vorgestern","gestern","heute","morgen","übermorgen, go with capital letter

Languages go with capital letter

The personal pronoun Siegoes with capital letter


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