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Below you can find answers to commonly asked capitalization questions.

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Title Capitalization

“Good Afternoon” is nice way to greet someone after 12pm. Whether you use it an email or text message, a common question is whether “good afternoon” is capitalized.

So, Is Good Afternoon Capitalized?

Generally, “good afternoon” is lowercase when it is used in a sentence. If it is used a the beginning of a sentence, then the word “good” would have the first letter uppercased to comply with standard sentence capitalization rules.

However, the phrase “good afternoon” is capitalized when used in an email salutation at the beginning of an email.

Examples of Using Good Afternoon In an Email

“Good Afternoon, Mrs. Breeze!” said Tim when he came back from his meeting. It was a good afternoon and Tim started working again by typing a new email with the following:

Good Afternoon,

Please see the invoice attached for your monthly bill.

-Tim

All three examples of the phrase “good afternoon” were used in the example above: in a sentence, in an email salutation, and in a dialogue. When Tim first walks back into the office, he greets his boss with a salutation so “good afternoon” is capitalized. In the next sentence, the phrase “good afternoon” is not capitalized because it is used in a sentence. Finally, in the email draft, Tim uses “good afternoon” as a salutation so it is capitalized.

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Saying “Good Morning” to people everyday is a great way to sound friendly and caring. When you have to write the phrase down in an emai or letter, you may wonder whether the phrase is capitalized. We’re here to help you.

Is Good Morning Capitalized?

Generally, the phrase “good morning” is not capitalized when used in a sentence.

However, the phrase is capitalized when used as a salutation at the beginning of an email or letter. Email salutations (Dear, Hi, Hello, etc.) are capitalized anyways and “good morning” is no exception. The same would apply for “good afternoon“, “good evening”, and any other salutation.

Examples of Using Good Morning

“Good Morning, Mrs. Robins!” said Jim when he arrived at work. It was indeed a good morning and Jim got to work right away by opening a new email and typing the following:

Good Morning,

Please find attached the report you were asking for.

-Jack

In the paragraph above, all three examples of the phrase “good morning” were used. When Jack first walks into the office, he greets his boss with a salutation so “good morning” is capitalized. In the next sentence, the phrase is used generically in a sentence so it is not capitalized. Finally, in the email, Jack once again uses “good” morning as a salutation so it is capitalized.

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