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I know using 'i' character in lower case is wrong, specially when I'm talking about my self, for example : i went to gym yesterday. how about 'is' letter? can I start my question with lowercase 'i' like is she Portuguese?

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All sentences, questions and statements start with a capital letter.

Is she Portuguese?

Are they Portuguese

If the word is not the first letter of a sentence it doesn't have a capital. The word "Portuguese" is capitalised because it is an adjective made from a proper noun "Portugal"

When is she arriving?

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The word that starts a sentence must be capitalized. "Is she Portuguese?" If it doesn't start the sentence, don't capitalize it. "I wonder if she is Portuguese."

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The first word of a sentence always has a capital letter. The only time you would not start a question with one is if it isn't the beginning of the sentence.

"I know she lives in Lisbon now, but is she Portuguese or Spanish?"

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