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    Commas Commas How to use them How to use them
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Commas - , A comma is a punctuation mark It tells us to take a brief pause when we are  reading – not as long as a full stop. It is the most common punctuation mark but has  to be used carefully.
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Commas Commas can change the meaning of a sentence Title of book Eats shoots and leaves. Eats, shoots and leaves.
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Changing meaning 2 The old lady collected all sorts of things: silver, paper,  hats, clocks and tablecloths. The old lady collected all sorts of things: silver paper,  hats, clocks and tablecloths. The old lady collected all sorts of things: silver, paper  hats, clocks and tablecloths.
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Different Uses - 1 When there is a list of words in a sentence We will need hammers, nails and a saw. She stopped, stared and ran.
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