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Which sentence has correct capitalization?


The river was moving fast: One hundred miles an hour.
The guide was accomplished at many things: Rafting, boating, hiking, and wilderness survival.
The guide did something amazing: She steered the canoe safely through the flooded river.
Only one person stayed calm: The guide.

Could you please state why one of these is wrong? They all look correct to me

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  1. "She steered the canoe safely through the flooded river."

    is a complete sentence so capitalize "She"

    The other phrases do not need to start with upper case letters.

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  2. Only one of these sentences has a complete sentence after the colon.

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  3. Which sentence has correct capitalization?

    The river was moving fast: One hundred miles an hour.
    The guide did something amazing: She steered the canoe safely through the flooded river.
    Only one person stayed calm: The guide.
    The guide was accomplished at many things: Rafting, boating, hiking, and wilderness survival.

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