Do not capitalize freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior when referring to individuals, but always capitalize names of organized entities: Sara is a junior this year. Frank is a member of the Class of 1990.
In general, the word “freshman” is lowercased when used in a sentence since it is a general noun. However, the word “freshman” becomes a proper noun and thus capitalized when used in the name of an organized group or entity such as “Freshman Class of 2023.”
Frank Thomas Jones, Jr. When you abbreviate Junior or Senior, the J or S should be capitalized. Also, don't forget the comma after the last name before you write in junior or Jr. If a man is named after his father who is a Junior, then he will be the III.
A man with the same name as his father uses “Jr.” after his name as long as his father is alive. His father may use the suffix “Sr.” for “senior.” The son may either drop the suffix after his father's death or, if he prefers, retain it so that he won't be confused with his late father.
AP Style tip: Abbreviate junior or senior as Jr. or Sr. only with full names and don't precede by a comma: Martin Luther King Jr.
Fungi provide plants with phosphorus they can't get from the soil on their own, plants provide fungi with carbohydrates. Many different plant and fungal species will often be linked in a single mycorrhizal association, and within such an association, several different fungi often colonise the roots of a single plant.
Where are most Black businesses located? Black-owned businesses accounted for about 28% percent of all businesses in Washington, DC, the highest ratio in the nation. Second, was the state of Georgia, where 20% of businesses were Black-owned, and the state of Maryland, with about 19% in Illinois.