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Zombies can't use commas, but you can.
Transcript of Zombies can't use commas, but you can.
Comma Survival Tactics
Zombie Fred has brown hair, a bloody mouth
and mismatched eyes. He is lookin` good.
Use a comma to separate items in a series of three or more and one preceding AND.
Fred dreams of a
flower to give Ted.
Commas replace "and" between two adjectives
To start a fire
, be sure not to use butterflies as kindling.
Use a comma after introductory words.
Use commas to set off parenthetical elements.
Fred drank hemlock, but he survived because he was already dead.
A comma separates two complete sentences joined by conjunctions.
who likes Zombie Fred only for his
, bought Fred a goldfish for
Use a comma to set off a phrase that offers more information about the noun before it.
Because Fred and Ted were such good friends
, they went to Paris together.
Use a comma to separate an
from the sentence that FOLLOWS it.
SO, NEVER use a comma....
Ted gets offended when people use him incorrectly.
even with his blood-stained shirt
was able to go to the ball.
and, but, or, yet, nor, so, for
to separate a verb from its subject or object
before the first or after the last item in a list
Ted secretly likes, brains, toenails, and eyelashes for supper.
AFTER: Brains, toenails, and eyelashes, are what Ted likes for supper.
to separate an adjective from the noun it describes.
Fred lives in a mysterious, tree with a magical, fairy.
Fred slipped on the banana peel and, landed on his bum.
to separate two sentences
Preach it. A comma before AND will save you from the zombie apocalypse.
Zombie Fred has
A fresh, lovely flower. Thanks, Ted.
Fred! Even with your bloodstained shirt, I still love you!
Woot. Both for her comma and her love of that sorry kid.
I do not care,
for I know he was already dead.
I knew you,
of all zombies
, would like this gift.
Who wrote that!? FRED likes brain, toenails, and eyelashes.
a tooth on an eyeball.
Wrong. And wrong.
Do NOT put me here.
Although, there was enough air in the chamber, Fred thought he would suffocate anyway.
Fred had a great idea, he bought his own goat.
I am Ruffles, and I am the most comma correct goat around.
Finally! An intellectual. No offense, Fred.
Blarg, blarg blarggle blarggledy blarg, blar blarg bl.
By Karen Blaak