Comma_usage

Comma_usage - U sing Commas U se Commas in Lists

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Using Commas
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Use Commas in Lists Use commas to separate three or more elements in a  series.   A comma is optional (but recommended) before “and” Business Administration involves courses in communication computer applications accounting and business principles. , , ,
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Between Adjectives Use commas between coordinate adjectives  (if the comma could be replaced by “and”) A warm wet puddle appeared by the dog. A warm and wet puddle appeared by the dog. No comma is needed between adjectives that act  separately (cannot be replaced by “and”) This was the third smelly mess of the week. (no commas) ,
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To set off the names of people being addressed  We look forward to your visit Miss Piggy. To restate names or titles (appositives) Arnold Ziffle Manager of Pork Processing comes in every Monday. To interject comments We will of course keep your resume on file. It is a profitable thing
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