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What type of language convention has the author used to separate the declarative sentence from the disruptive phrase in this excerpt from "Totally like whatever, you know?" "Declarative sentences-so--called because they used to, like, DECLARE things to be true, okay, as opposed to other things are, like, totally, you know, not- have been infected by a totally hip and tragically cool interrogative tone?" Question 1 options: 1) Commas 2) Question mark 3) Capitalization 4) Em dashes

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    I think it would be commas,right? @aszarek8999 Sorry for tagging you so much

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    No doubt commas

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    It's totally fine, I'm just procrastinating doing geometry on here @heretohelpalways

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