danysanchy97
  • danysanchy97
SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME Regarding the use of commas, which one of the following statements is accurate? A. You should not use a comma to separate two complete sentences joined by "and." B. Commas are needed to separate a list of three or more items in a sentence. C. A parenthetical use of commas is usually confusing to the reader. D. There is no need for commas that indicate added details in a sentence.
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Dshawn01
  • Dshawn01
hi
Dshawn01
  • Dshawn01
what do you think it is
Dshawn01
  • Dshawn01
It is not a because you need 2 or more not 3 or nor details. It is not C because you need commas to separate extra information. It is not D because it doesn't confuse the reader.....

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Dshawn01
  • Dshawn01
so the answer is
Dshawn01
  • Dshawn01
still there
danysanchy97
  • danysanchy97
sorry i had to do something
danysanchy97
  • danysanchy97
@Surana
Surana
  • Surana
I think it might be the second one.
danysanchy97
  • danysanchy97
thank you
Surana
  • Surana
You're welcome.

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