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Chapter 2 - Comma

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Introduction

The comma shows the smallest interruption of the structure of a sentence—the parenthesis and dash showing more severe breaks in continuity. A few rules, discussed below, have become obligatory. Otherwise, writers have considerable leeway in the use of commas.

 

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