Capitalization of an abbreviation in a subject line
If I have to write 'wrt' in a subject line, should it be all small/all caps/first letter capital?
That depends upon the intended meaning of "wrt" within your context.
If you are using it as text-speak for "write" then Patty's answer applies.
However, you said ABBREVIATION... not disemvowelation.
What is "WRT" an abbreviation for?
World Reading Tuesday?
White Rat Turds?
Wednesday reveals Thursday?
|link||answered Dec 22 '12 at 08:45 Tony Proano Expert|
Purposely removing vowels from words, as is common when many people send text messages, is completely and entirely outside of the bounds of grammar rules. In other words, there are no rules when one chooses to not follow the rules. Do whatever you want to do if you don't intend to write in English.
|link||answered Dec 21 '12 at 20:40 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
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