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Which sentence uses punctuation correctly? A. We read, Shakespeare's tragedy Othello, after reading two of his comedies. B. We read Shakespeare's tragedy, Othello after reading two of his comedies. C. We read Shakespeare's tragedy, Othello, after reading two of his comedies. D. We read Shakespeare's tragedy Othello after reading two of his comedies.

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  1. anonymous
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    C

  2. anonymous
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    In a sentence like this, the topic of it would be Othello. If you say "We read Shakespeare's tragedy after reading two of his comedies," you can build more. Thus you put "Othello" between two commas as an interruption. So your answer would be C

  3. anonymous
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    Thanks

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    :)

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