Commas Exercise 1 Look for the introductory word or phrase...

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Assignment 2 3.1 Commas Exercise 1 Look for the introductory word or phrase. On your own sheet of paper, copy the sentence and add a comma to correct the sentence. 1. Suddenly, the dog ran into the house. 2. In the blink of an eye, the kids were ready to go to the movies. 3. Confused, he tried opening the box from the other end. 4. Every year we go camping, in the woods. 5. Without a doubt, green is my favorite color. 6. Hesitating, she looked back at the directions before proceeding. 7. Fortunately, the sleeping baby did not stir when the doorbell rang. 8. Believe it or not, the criminal was able to rob the same bank three times. 3.1 Commas Exercise 3 On your own sheet of paper, create a compound sentence by combining the two independent clauses with a comma and a coordinating conjunction. 1. The presentation was scheduled for Monday, but the weather delayed the presentation for four days. 2. He wanted a snack before bedtime, so he ate some fruit.

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