The main uses are as follows. -To start a sentence or question -To start a sentence/question in quotation marks, e.g.' J-I'm said, "It's time to go."' -To indicate a proper noun (i.e. The name of a thing or person) as in: Fido the dog London Microsoft Susan France -For adjectives and verbs which relate to nationality or region, e.g. German, Liverpudlian, Americanise, Anglicise For place names (including mountains, rivers etc) which have two or more words: Regent Street River Thames Mount Everest Bournemouth Station -Titles of people and organisations. Examples are: Mr Brown Dr Edwards St Mary Conservative Party Bell School of English Countess of Wessex -The main (content) words in book, film, newspaper titles etc: Gone with the Wind..The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe The News of the World -Days and months (not seasons) (Thursday, January, summer) -Compass points when relating to regions: I live in the South-West North Wales is very rainy.