This is the complete answer. I am a Grammar Fanatic from Harvard and I know that the word capital came all the way from(DDDRRRUUUMMMRRROOOLLL) Neptune!!!!!
There is no country, state, or province called "Dutchland." The capital of the Netherlands, the country where Dutch people come from, is Amsterdam. The capital of Germany, which is called "Deutschland" in German, is Berlin. The Pennsylvania Dutch Country is sometimes called "Dutchland," but it does not have a capital.
It is a noun and describes only the Capital of Cuba.
The word chav may come from the spanish word chaval- meaning 'kid/ lad/ mate'
There is a Latin word Gobernator translating as director or ruler. Governor remembers the Latin form
Damaskus,capital of Syria.
'RAJDHANI' is the Hindi word for 'capital'.
Another word for Capital is goods.
The capital of the country
There are 3 syllables in the word "capital".
The word capital has three syllables. Cap-i-tal.
The capital of Turkey is a long word can you spell it?
the capital incomecan come from the owners or investers or even a bank loan
The noun 'capital' is an abstract noun as a word for wealth, money, assets; a word for a concept.The noun 'capital' is a concrete noun as a word for a city that is a seat of government, an administrative center; a word for a physical place.
You should capital the word i because, um... uh... sry idk -,-
No state's capital name contains the word lake.
Unless it is the first word in a sentence. Otherwise - no capital letter