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Tandem Fidget’s Practically Painless Primer of English Grammar Part V.2: The Care and Feeding of Commas , Rules 4 and 5. Use a comma: 1. In a sentence before a coordinating conjunction. 2. In a sentence after a dependent clause or phrase. 3. Between items in a list (series).

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Tandem Fidget’s Practically Painless

Primer of English Grammar

Part V.2: The Care and Feeding of

Commas, Rules 4 and 5

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Use a comma:

1. In a sentence before a coordinating conjunction.

2. In a sentence after a dependent clause or phrase.

3. Between items in a list (series).

4. To indicate direct address.

5. To set off dates, addresses, and titles.

6. Between two or more coordinative adjectives.

7. To set off non-restrictive elements.

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Oleander, stop singing.

Or

Stop singing, Oleander.

Or

Please, Oleander, stop singing.

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Use a comma:

1. In a sentence before a coordinating conjunction.

2. In a sentence after a dependent clause or phrase.

3. Between items in a list (series).

4. To indicate direct address.

5. To set off dates, addresses, and titles.

6. Between two or more coordinative adjectives.

7. To set off non-restrictive elements.

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Oleander Von Upchuckle was elected President of the National Association of Porcupine Jugglers. We now refer to him as Oleander Von Upchuckle, NAPJ president. He serendipitously married Halle Luyah, M.D.

Their son, Nimblequick Von Upchuckle, Ph.D., was the first to wear asbestos suits.

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On December 9, 2007, Oleander Von Upchuckle was elected as President of the National Association of Porcupine Jugglers.

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On 10 December 2007, Oleander Von Upchuckle resigned as President of the National Association of Porcupine Jugglers.

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It was on December 7, 2007, that Oleander Von Upchuckle was elected.

Oleander Von Upchuckle resigned on December 10, 2007.

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Oleander Von Upchuckle

14 Any Street

Anytown, CO 80303

USA

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Tandem Fidget’s Practically Painless

Primer of English Grammar

Part V.2: The Care and Feeding of

Commas, Rules 4 and 5

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