can you tell me if this sentence is correct with grammar and capital letters. Thank you. I think that its right
Graduated Magna Cum Laude from high school, Dare Role Model Award, Three Scholastic Achievement Awards, Congressional Student Leadership Award, Two Creative Communication's Young Writers Awards for publication of writings.
english - GuruBlue, Tuesday, March 24, 2009 at 7:11pm
There is no subject to that sentence. Who graduated?
"magna cum laude" is not capitalized;
"three scholastic achievement awards" is not capitalized.
Is the title of the last award Creative Communication's Young Writers Awards? If so then the whole thing is capitalized. NOT the "two" It that is not the title, the only the title is capitalized.