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Hope this helps:
1. The Sociology 211 lectures are boring. ( a specific sociology subject)
2. I have never liked sociology. (a general reference to sociology)
i study French ... i am taking French 101
Anonymous:The above rule is helpful, but remember that any field related to a language should always be capitalized. Thus:
1. The English 211 lecture was boring. (a specific English subject)
2. I never liked English. ( a general reference to English)
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