Do You Capitalize SR?

However, that is not usually the case with grade levels.

Read on to understand the rules of capitalizing the word “senior.” In general, the word “senior” is lowercased when used in a sentence since it is a general noun.

This is also true for other college and high school levels such as freshman, senior, and senior.

Do you put a comma before Sr or Jr?

For example, the Associated Press says not to use a comma before designations such as Jr. and Sr. and specifically does not include a comma in the name Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Chicago Manual of Style gives the same advice on both fronts.

How do you write Sr in a name?

To abbreviate name suffixes such as “junior” and “senior,” the first and last letters — “j” and “r” for “junior” and “s” and “r” for senior — are written followed by a period. This abbreviation is used when a person’s given name is written in full such as John H. Smith Jr.

How do you write last name first with JR?

When listing last name first, the given name follows the surname because that is how we sort: all the Does, then the Johns, and finally the Jr.s. Use a comma before Jr. and Sr., but treat II and III according to the person’s preference.

What is Jr Sr III IV?

When a man is named after his father who is a “Jr.,” he is called “the third,” once written with either the numeric 3rd or the Roman numeral III, but now the latter is used almost exclusively. A man named after his grandfather, uncle, or cousin uses the suffix II, “the second.”

How do you use Jr and Sr?

How to Use Jr, Sr, II, III, etc. (with Cartoons)

  • Rule #1: Parent & Child with Same Name = Sr. + Jr.
  • Rule #2: In Order to Use Suffixes, Names Must be EXACTLY the Same.
  • Rule #3: For More than Two Same-Named Individuals, Use Roman Numeral Suffixes.
  • Rule #4: “Sr.” and “Jr.” Only Apply to LIVING Parents and Children.

How do you write Jr and Sr?

Do I use a comma before Jr. and Sr.? What about names followed by roman numerals? In a sentence, add a comma after Jr. or Sr. if words follow; the suffix is parenthetical: Sammy Davis, Jr., was a member of the rat pack.

Sr., Jr. etc. after a name are suffixes, not part of the legal name unless it was on their birth certificate or they legally changed their name to include it. You are verifying his name, not his status of Sr. or Jr. Same way Dr. is not part of your name, but I’m sure you’ve seen the prefix Dr. on documents before.

What is a suffix in a name example?

Examples include: Jr., and Sr., as well as the alphabet soup of professional titles like JD, PhD, CPA, and MD. The main time I see/use them is in writing (envelopes, certificates, checks, letters). This would be in place of using them as a prefix at the front of a name. A suffix is a designation added to a surname.

In the United States the most common name suffixes are senior and junior, which are written with a capital first letter (Sr. and Jr.) with or without an interceding comma.