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Grammar and capitalization

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Select the sentence with the correct capitalization.
A) On Wednesday I am going to go shopping with my Mother.
B) On Wednesday I am going to go shopping with my mother.
C) On Wednesday i am going to go shopping with my mother.

I answered B

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