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can you help me with more?
Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. Friendly Mrs. Cook, a jovial woman likes company. B. Coach Alice my soccer coach used to be in the military. C. The land that is now Florida the Sunshine State, was owned by Spain long ago. D. Craig bought me a gift, a pack of baseball cards.
What are you doing?
Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. Gary the theater actor, performed the role recently. B. Mrs. Wheeler the mail carrier, delivers, all the mail. C. Rebecca ran the race, six miles, quite swiftly. D. Has everyone tasted Maggie's new recipe the Italian dish?
this one is yours...what do you think ?
Woah! You hold up there the person who loves homework!
Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. Mr. Farnsworth whom we know from camp can play the guitar. B. Lucy whom we haven't met, will arrive at the train station in the morning. C. That wonderful singer, whose voice reminds me of yours will give a concert at the auditorium. D. Mr. Stanford, whose first name is Harold, owns two gas stations in our town.
Here's the thing: The sentence takes a break when it describes the person or thing, and then continues along with the sentence. When it takes this break, you must put a comma before and after.
oh umm b
Would you agree that the part "whom we haven't met" is the description part of the sentence?
wait no d?
Yes. You know why now, right?
yeah kinda lol
Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. The book, that you are looking for, is right here. B. The car that he drove on the muddy road will need to be washed. C. That house, which has been for sale for six months is one hundred years old. D. Candles which can provide light at night, are made from different kinds of wax.
It really depends on the placement of the clause.
HOLD your Owls!!! One question per post :#
okay and for this one um c?