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Thursday, October 2, 2008

Grammar in Action – Commas with Introductory Elements

A few weeks ago we looked at using commas with introductory elements (and when not to use them). I thought these examples and their counterparts were great examples of those rules.

After the game they headed out to celebrate their win.

After the game was over, they headed out to celebrate their win.


Watching the movie while eating our popcorn, we decided to make this our new Sunday night tradition.

Watching the movie while eating our popcorn IS our Sunday night tradition.


5 Comments:

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shat said...

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sina said...

Thanks for nice article.

sina said...

I think these examples and their counterparts are good to learn introductory elements of commas. Grammar often seems to be a high priority in education. It’s a good way to learn appropriate grammar. click to explore that will help you more to know about the academic papers writing.

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