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1 Commas (Eight Basic Uses) To better understand the use of the comma, begin by learning the following eight basic uses: 1. SE A COMMA TO SEPARAU TE INDEPENDENT CLAUSES. Rule: Use a comma before a coordinating conjunction (and, but, yet, so, or nor, for) when it joins two complete ideas (independent clauses).

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Some long sentences don’t need commas. Myth #3: Rules for commas are vague, and they are impossible to figure out. Although there are a couple of flexible rules, most of the time commas belong in specific places. Here Are the Six Basic Rules. 1. When two sentences are joined by a coordinating conjunction, use a comma before the conjunction.

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Six Common Rules for Comma Use . 1. Series of Adjectives . Use a comma when a series of two or more adjectives modify a noun. Sal’s band plays loud, abrasive, complex music. 2. Series of Items Use a comma to separate three or more items in a series. Anna’s grandmother is good at making fudge, nursing hurt animals, tending fruit trees,

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Comma Rule #4. The Interrupting Word/Phrase Comma… Always place a comma before and after any word or phrase that can be removed from the sentence and still make sense. For Example: John, the teacher, wrote his name on the board. OR. I ran down the street, though I didn’t have to, and fell down and hurt my crown.

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Follow these 6 basic punctuation rules and they will help you to write more clearly and effectively. 1. Punctuation Must be Parallel . When punctuation is parallel it means that interrupting a main clause with a dash or a comma requires the same punctuation at both the beginning and end of the clause.

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Six Basic Punctuation Rules . Punctuation marks the structure of sentences, not the voice pauses or inflections. After you learn the basic structures of complex sentences, punctuating correctly becomes a matter of applying logical rules.

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The 6 Most Basic Comma Rules 1. Use a comma when there is a list. Example: Today I ate hot peppers, tacos, and pizza. 2. Use commas within compound sentences. (Sentences in which two complete thoughts

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Title: The SIX Basic Comma Rules 1 The SIX Basic Comma Rules. Thanks to a great book ; The LEAST You Should Know about English; 2 Comma Rule 1. The SerialComma, not Killer? Place a comma between items in a series as in

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Comma Rule #3. The coordinating adjectives comma… Always place a comma between coordinate adjectives. First, we try placing the word and between the two adjectives. Second, we reverse them. If, in both instances, the resulting phrase still sounds appropriate, we are most likely dealing with coordinate adjectives and should use a comma between ...

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Figuring out commas can sometimes seem daunting, but we really only have to worry about 6 basic rules. Two of them we have gone over a lot already, and they are the hardest ones because they have to do with whether or not you have a complete sentence, or IC, and how to help the reader see that (Rules #1 and #3). COMMA RULES