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Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. The inventor gathered bark and rags and then he or she made a pulp. B. The Chinese kept the formula to themselves, but, in 751 the Arabs learned the Chinese secret. C. Some papermakers used rags, and others used animal hides. D. A paper mill eventually opened in Spain and, the art of making paper spread from there.

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  1. anonymous
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    i think its d

  2. anonymous
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    I think it is either B or C?

  3. anonymous
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    B,

  4. anonymous
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    You dont even need a coma for C

  5. anonymous
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    yeah you're right its B

  6. anonymous
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    :D

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