All languages capitalize different words. As an English learner you should try to remember when to use a capital letter. Here are some places where you capitalize words:
1. At the beginning of a sentence.
My dog is tired and hungry.
2. The word ‘I’.
You and I are best buds.
3. The first letter of people’s names:
My name is Yvonne Crawford.
4. Cities, states, countries, continents or major geographic locations.
I live in Charleston, South Carolina.
5. Days of the week and months.
Today is Thursday, March 11th.
6. At the beginning of the letter and at the end of a letter.
7. Languages and nationalities.
French is spoken by the French.
8. Holiday, religious holidays, religious scripture and religious dieties.
A lot of Christians like to celebrate Christmas.
9. Titles of people
Mrs., Mr., Capt., Sister, etc.
10. Capitalize the first letter of all of the words in a title of a book, movie, article and other similar items. Except, do not capitalize prepositions, articles or conjunctions (unless they are at the beginning of the title).
The King and I