When using " n,e,w,or s" as direction  indicator before s proper street name ,how do you decide if it is  part of the street name.  Is it N. 24th St., or n. 24th st ,  and /or is it. w.Williams rd. or W. Williams Rd. or some combination there off? Thank you! Oh yeah, tell me how my grammar is here too, thanks.

asked Jun 02 '13 at 01:14 Ron New member

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It doesn't matter if the abbreviation for north, east, south, or west is part of the street name or not; it is capitalized, so "N. 24th St." and "W. Williams Rd." are correct.

link answered Jun 02 '13 at 03:28 Dr. G Contributor

thanks i don't want my resume to look foolish .. ill do that during the interview lol ...thank you you have been very helpful

RonJun 02 '13 at 13:23

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The question seems to be answered, but I should say that 'there off' should be 'thereof'.

link comment answered Jun 04 '13 at 01:23 Geoffrey Contributor

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