Commas To Prevent Misreading Comma Comma Comma Comma Comma Comma By: Julie Veno & Hannah Price & Maygan MacBean Comma Comma Comma
J Commas When no specific rule applies, but there is a danger of misreading, use a comma.
Using a comma can save a persons life. M 1. Let’s eat Grandpa. , To prevent misreading, you should always read your work outloud. Examples! Find the missing comma!
, 2. I like: cooking dogs, shopping, dancing, playing sports etc. Find the missing comma! H
, 3. Before I ate my dog went crazy. Find the missing comma! H
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