Also known as the Oxford comma, it’s the one that follows the next to last item in a list. For examples we can look at newspapers, any website, and content providers. 99 more words
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I’m really hoping to talk about the fabric diet thing sometime this week, but I’m going on holidays out of town next week (nowhere very interesting, just back to my hometown in Saskatchewan – I’ll be flying in to Saskatoon, so if you’ve got an suggestions for fabric shops to stop by, other than Periwinkle, let me know!) and I feel like I’ve got so much to do before I go that I can’t really take the time to write up a proper entry. 775 more words
Sometimes there are things we write and other things we read that beg for a comma. The thing about English, though, is that even when something seems to need a comma we can make sense of it and figure out what is being said.
Hello Cyber Family. Bonjour! Alo! Holla! YO! My name is Jessica and I am going to try my best to convey my witty sense of humor, my sarcasm, and my altruistic genius to YOU the reader without being too arrogant, boring, or just plain sh*tty. 961 more words