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5 July, 20:38

Which sentence uses correct capitalization? After the Assembly, the principal of the class, Mr. Fulton, asked the students to calmly leave the Auditorium and move into the Lunchroom. After the assembly, the Principal of the class, Mr. Fulton, asked the students to calmly leave the auditorium and move into the lunchroom. After the Assembly, the Principal of the class, Mr. Fulton, asked the students to calmly leave the Auditorium and move into the Lunchroom. After the assembly, the principal of the class, Mr. Fulton, asked the students to calmly leave the auditorium

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  1. 5 July, 21:26
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    The second sentence is correct.
  2. 5 July, 22:31
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    " After the assembly, the principal of the class, Mr. Fulton, asked the students to calmly leave the auditorium" is correct. If the assembly was referring to a specific event titled "The Assembly", then assembly would be capitalized. And "principal" is not capitalized because it's not being used in a proper title.
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