C# follows a set of naming conventions that are designed to make code easier to read and understand. These conventions cover the naming of variables, classes, methods, properties, and other elements of C# code.

1. PascalCase: Class names and method names should be in PascalCase, which means that the first letter of each word is capitalized and there are no underscores between words. For example: `public class Car` or `public void DriveCar()`.

2. camelCase: Variable names and parameter names should be in camelCase, which means that the first letter of the first word is lowercase and the first letter of subsequent words is uppercase, with no underscores between words. For example: `int numberOfCars` or `void PrintName(string firstName)`.

3. ALL_CAPS: Constants should be in uppercase letters, with words separated by underscores. For example: `public const int MAX_SPEED = 100`.

4. Verb-Noun: Method names should start with a verb, followed by a noun or a noun phrase that describes what the method does. For example: `public void DriveCar()` or `public int CalculateSum(int[] numbers)`.

5. Singular Nouns: Class and interface names should be singular nouns to represent a single entity. For example: `public class Car` or `public interface ILogger`.

6. Descriptive Names: Names should be descriptive and meaningful. Avoid using single-letter or abbreviated names that may not convey the purpose of the variable or method.

7. Namespace Names: Namespaces should be in PascalCase and should be kept short and concise. For example: `namespace MyCompany.MyProject`.

8. Underscore: Avoid using underscores in names, except for separating words in constant names.

Following these naming conventions can improve the readability and maintainability of your code, making it easier for others to understand and collaborate on your code.