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Comma Rules

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CJ Vanner

on 3 March 2010

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Commas are used to separate thousands...
$1,000,000,000 Commas set the scene Commas are used in names
John F. Kennedy, Jr. commas set off elements in an address 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C. 200500 Commas set off the extra information The boy died The boy, who had been locked in a closet, starved to death This "extra" information makes the sentence more interesting Commas separate introductory clauses with words like after, although, as, because, if, since, when, while, etc. When the prince kissed the princess, he turned into a frog Commas should add sense to the sentence Commas should be used when "NOT" using them makes the sentence difficult to understand. Commas are also used in dates
Dec. 17, 1990
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