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Chapter 22: Commas: Punctuation, Word Choice, and Mechanics

Chapter 22: Commas: Punctuation, Word Choice, and Mechanics

Chapter 22: Commas: Punctuation, Word Choice, and Mechanics. The Comma 1. A comma is used before introductory words, phrases, and clauses: Comma after an introductory word: Yes , I agree with you on that issue. Dad , give me some help in the kitchen. Comma after an introductory phrase:

By clove
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Writing Lab

Writing Lab

Writing Lab. Comma Use Game. Rules. Each team member will read a sentence and select the correct answer for five points. Points will be doubled after the first round. Total points will be added at the end and a winner declared. Comma Rules . Rule One:

By kaiya
(138 views)

Grammar and Eliminating Wordiness

Grammar and Eliminating Wordiness

Grammar and Eliminating Wordiness. Presented by: Jennifer Singleton. How We Read. The paomnehil pweor of the hmuan mnid.

By enid
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“I Can” Learning Targets

“I Can” Learning Targets

“I Can” Learning Targets. 5 th English/Writing 4th Six Weeks. 4 th Six Weeks. English Skills: Unit 5. Writing:

By wan
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Adjectives 1

Adjectives 1

Adjectives 1. Mr. Randles counted to infinity - twice. . Adverbs.

By metta
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The Comma

The Comma

The Comma. What is the Comma?. The comma is a valuable, useful punctuation device because it separates the structural elements of sentences into manageable segments. It is one of the most used, and often misused, forms of punctuation. . What is it used for?. It is used to separate:

By denis
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Adjective, Adverb, and Noun Clauses

Adjective, Adverb, and Noun Clauses

Adjective, Adverb, and Noun Clauses. Identifying Writing Combining. A complex sentence is made up of an independent clause and a dependent clause. 3 Types of Dependent Clauses. There are three kinds of dependent clauses: adjective clause adverb clause noun clause.

By nevan
(158 views)

Commas, commas, commas

Commas, commas, commas

Commas, commas, commas. Punctuation rules!. Learning Target. Use commas accurately and effectively in our writing. Review comma use in sentences. In a compound sentence, use a comma to set apart two independent clauses with the use of a coordinating clause.

By fran
(195 views)

Commas

Commas

Commas. By Casey Conrad. The comma separates the structural elements of sentences into manageable segments. Use commas to separate independent clauses when they are joined by any of these seven coordinating conjunctions:. And But For Or Nor So Yet . Example.

By zocha
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Commas and Apostrophes

Commas and Apostrophes

Commas and Apostrophes. Comma Rules. With items in a series With conjunctions between two Independent Clauses With Introductory Words, Phrases, Clauses With geographical names, dates, and titles. Add 2 commas. Although quiet by day the club became a noisy smoky dive at night. Answer.

By doli
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Comma Splices and Run-On Sentences

Comma Splices and Run-On Sentences

Comma Splices and Run-On Sentences. Comma Splice- two or more sentences joined together as one, separated by a comma Run-On-two sentences written incorrectly as one Compound sentence-two independent clauses separated by a comma and conjunction FANBOYS-for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so.

By adlai
(271 views)

Adjective clauses

Adjective clauses

Adjective clauses. A Type of Subordinate (Dependent) Clause. Adjective Clause. A subordinate clause that functions as an adjective. It modifies a noun or pronoun. The trumpet player, who wears a tuxedo , stands in front. What noun does this adjective clause modify?.

By hedva
(139 views)

Punctuation

Punctuation

Punctuation. Standard 6D. Comma, what’s the Purpose?. When do I use a comma?.

By doctor
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You will each receive a sheet of paper and a colored pencil. Put your name on the slip.

You will each receive a sheet of paper and a colored pencil. Put your name on the slip.

You will each receive a sheet of paper and a colored pencil. Put your name on the slip. 1. read the sentence 2. circle the coordinating conjunction 3. label each clause on either side of the conjunction ( independent or dependent) 4. put a comma in if needed

By ronda
(134 views)

Grammar Review

Grammar Review

Grammar Review. Parts of Speech Sentences Punctuation. Parts of Speech. 1. NOUN-a word used to name a person, place. or thing 2. VERB- a word that shows action or state of being 3. CONJUNCTION- a word that connects or joins words or groups of words

By azana
(169 views)

Transitions!

Transitions!

English. Transitions!. Introductory Words. Certain words are helpful for introducing a topic or a sentence to your audience. admittedly assuredly certainly granted no doubt nobody denies obviously of course to be sure.

By eugene
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Introductory Words and Interjections at the Beginning of a Sentence

Introductory Words and Interjections at the Beginning of a Sentence

Introductory Words and Interjections at the Beginning of a Sentence. Definition : Introductory words are words that come at the beginning of a sentence that could be taken away and you would still be left with a complete sentence. Ex: Yes, No, Well, First, Next, Finally.

By kelvin
(98 views)

More Use of Commas

More Use of Commas

More Use of Commas. Objective: Use commas after introductory words and when speaking to a person. When you speak, you pause if you begin with the answer to a question with yes, no , and well . Use commas after there words to show the pause in your writing. Yes, I gave the horse some oats.

By beata
(138 views)

Language Arts

Language Arts

Language Arts. January 29, 2013. JSYB. SPI 0501.1.5 Identify sentences with correct use of commas (i.e., series, dates, addresses, friendly letters, compound sentences, coordinating conjunctions, and introductory words). Teddy Roosevelt Rough Rider. JSYB Vocabulary. comma series date

By drea
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Comma —from Greek komma , which means “something cut off” The Comma ( polygonia c-album )

Comma —from Greek komma , which means “something cut off” The Comma ( polygonia c-album )

Comma —from Greek komma , which means “something cut off” The Comma ( polygonia c-album ). 1. Use commas to separate independent clauses when they are joined by any of these seven conjunctions :  and, but, for, or, nor, so, yet . The game was over , but  the crowd refused to leave.

By manchu
(142 views)

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