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H.Jennifer
Answered: Apr 23, 2018
He was a tall, thin man.
Prescriptive English grammar is by all accounts a unique little something that either impassions you or inspires some level of fear. Admirers of English grammar and...Read More

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M. Parker, Internet Researcher
Answered: Oct 16, 2018
The answer to this is C. After the storm ended is known to be the introductory part of the sentence. After which the description of what happened after was discussed. This is the correct answer...Read More

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Anika Nicole, Wordsmith
Answered: Sep 17, 2018
It's option C. After the storm ended, we went outside to survey the damage which is written correctly. In this sentence, "After the storm ended" is an introductory phase and a comma is requ...Read More

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Veridique
Answered: May 27, 2020
Please, Sasha, come home as soon as you can.

Use commas before or surrounding the name or title of a person directly addressed.

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John Smith
Answered: May 27, 2020
Jim is tired of doing the laundry, but sue refuses to help.-when joining two independent clauses (clauses that can stand alone as independent sentences) using a coordinating conjunction (for, and,...Read More

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Lholla
Answered: May 27, 2020
The busy servers took orders and delivered meals to hungry customers.

A is correct. There are no commas required in this sentence.

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John Smith
Answered: May 27, 2020
I am typing a letter and she is talking on the phone.

Use a comma to separate two independent clauses joined by coordinating conjunctions (and, or, but, for, nor). You can omit the comma if...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Mar 10, 2017
Streams, rocks, and brush.

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Veridique
Answered: May 27, 2020
She left Albany, New York, on January 18 of that year.

Use a comma to separate the city from the state and after the state in the body of a letter. If any part of the date is omitted, leave...Read More

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Veridique
Answered: May 27, 2020
Although you may be right, I cannot take your word for it.

When starting a sentence with a dependent clause, use a comma after it.

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Croach
Answered: May 27, 2020
Softshell turtles, which are aquatic, sometimes feed on ducks and birds.

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John Smith
Answered: May 27, 2020
Did you see Tom Jones, Jr., at 430 East Plum, Erda, Colorado 35096, while on vacation?

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John Smith
Answered: May 27, 2020
Nimble fat, and, furry
2. Nimble, fat and furry

Again only one comma after the first of three items is fine.

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Lholla
Answered: May 27, 2020
Our new car is a fast, fuel-efficient vehicle.

C is correct. A comma is required to separate two adjectives that describe the car.

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Veridique
Answered: May 27, 2020
We will grant you immunity if you decide to cooperate with us.

Do not use a comma when the sentence starts with an independent clause followed by a dependent clause.

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