Does an MLA Paper need a title?
An MLA-formatted research paper does not need a title page (unless your instructor requires one, of course). Instead, include at the top of your first page a heading consisting of your name, your instructor’s name, the course number, and the date and the title of your paper.
Do you capitalize I’m in a sentence?
Yes. The pronoun I is always capitalized, and “I’m” stands for “I am.”
Does I’ve need a capital letter?
The first person pronoun “I” should always be capitalized, as should contractions incorporating “I” (e.g., “I’m,” “I’ve” and “I’ll”). Other pronouns (“we,” “you,” etc.) are usually only capitalized at the beginning of a sentence.
Do you capitalize the I in I ll?
Originally Answered: Is the i in i’ll capitalized, and is i in general capitalized also when referring to yourself? Yes, always. Note that ‘I’ll’ is not a word, it’s a contraction of two words: ‘I’ and ‘will’ (or less commonly, ‘shall’).