Afrodiddle
  • Afrodiddle
Earlier I stumbled by a post in "Music" saying that the Oxford Comma is worthless, so click here to see what the Oxford Comma is and why it is valuable in text.
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Afrodiddle
  • Afrodiddle
The Oxford comma optionally situates itself behind the word "and". I believe it is important in order to have a complete understanding of someones sentence.
Afrodiddle
  • Afrodiddle
Here are two sentences that I will use as an example to show what the meaning behind it without the Oxford comma, and what the meaning of it is with the Oxford comma. -without- Today I have decided to walk on the beach with my parents, Jaime and Randy. - This sentence is saying that your parents names are "Jaime" and "Randy". - -Oxford comma- Today I have decided to walk on the beach with my parents, Jaime, and Randy. - This sentence is telling you that you walked with not only with your parents, but also with two people named Jaime and Randy.- I hope this helped you understand a little bit more on how to not only use the Oxford comma, but what difference it makes.

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