Passage Lacking Capitalization
Using the appropriate proofreading mark (three lines under the letter) to indicate the words to be capitalized in the passage below.
“Tell me everything you know,” Mark said, “about the rivers in this area.”
“Well,” Jeff replied, “missouri has many rivers, but the one I know the most about is the missouri river. During the civil war, the bluffs of the river served as a way for the north and south to plan surprise attacks. Along with all the history of the river, there is also an abundance of sights to see along the river’s banks. For instance, you might see pieris rapae, a type of butterfly, as well as many apris melliferas, which are also known as honey bees. While fishing for cyprinus carpio, or carp, you might happen upon some rudbeckia hirsta or dianthus barbatus, which we know as black-eyed-susans and sweet william. Have you ever wondered what this area would be like if this were the paleozoic era? I could go on and on about this fascinating subject, but I think I will let you explore this topic more on your own. There is so much to learn!”