Comma Use - would “create Chaosistan.” 5 Between...

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Comma Use 1. Between items in a series or list:  She likes peaches,  bananas, and strawberries.   2. After introductory phrases:  On the day of the prom, she got  the measles.   3. Around interrupters:  My neighbor, the one who practices his  trombone until 2:00 in the morning, has moved to New  Orleans.  4. With quotations: General McChrystal said, “Biden’s plan 
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Unformatted text preview: would “create Chaosistan.” 5. Between independent clauses (complete thoughts) and a conjunction: I woke up this morning, and I turned on Imus in the Morning. Without the conjunction: Incorrect: I woke up this morning, I turned on Imus. (Comma splice) Correct: I woke up this morning; I turned on Imus....
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