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Commas | Punctuation Rules

https://www.grammarbook.com/punctuation/commas.asp

Rule 3a. Many inexperienced writers run two independent clauses together by
using ... But sometimes a comma in this situation is necessary to avoid confusion.

Comma Usage: Avoid Confusion in Clauses & Contrasting Sentence ...

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Learn more about comma usage from the pros! There are just too many ways to
use the comma (it's a basic punctuation mark, after all) to fit in one sentence.

Rules for Comma Usage

guidetogrammar.org/grammar/commas_big.htm

Rules for Comma Usage. ... Sometimes, though, the "because clause" must be
set off with a comma to avoid misreading: I knew that President Nixon would ...

Rule 1. To avoid confusion, use commas to separate words and ...

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Starr III. Rule. 8. Use commas to set off expressions that interrupt sentence flow.
.... Link lengthy clauses or clauses with commas to avoid confusion between ...

Grammar and Punctuation: Comma Rules Explained - Aims ...

https://www.aims.edu/student/online-writing-lab/.../comma-rules

Aug 22, 2011 ... Rule #1: Use a comma to separate independent clauses linked with ... This rule
can be confusing because introductory elements are often hard ...

INSTRUCTIONS ON STYLE

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(iii) A comma is used to separate the independent clauses of a compound ... The
board may adopt rules to implement this chapter and shall report ... To avoid
confusion, the drafter should use the affirmative form, "A person may not . . . ,".

Comma - AMA Manual of Style

https://www.amamanualofstyle.com/.../med-9780195176339-div2-293

There are definite rules for using commas; however, usage is often subjective. ...
The comma is used to separate phrases, clauses, and groups of words and to ...
are needed for sense or readability or to avoid confusion or misinterpretation.

Using Semicolons – The Writing Center – UW–Madison

https://writing.wisc.edu/handbook/grammarpunct/semicolons/

Rules for Using Semicolons A semicolon is most commonly used to link (in a
single sentence) ... Avoid using a comma when a semicolon is needed: ... Both
parts of the sentence are independent clauses, and commas should not be used
to ...

This Is How to Correctly Use Commas in Your Writing | Grammarly

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Feb 9, 2018 ... Commas confuse us perhaps because there are so many rules for ... An
independent clause is a group of words that can stand alone as a ...

The Grammar Rules for Clauses in English - English Sentence ...

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3. A dependent clause (or subordinate clause) contains both a subject and a ... is
written before the independent clause, separate the two with a comma. ... Do not
confuse between adjective and noun clauses, as they begin with the same words
. ... clauses which contain the missing words, repetition is avoided by leaving the
 ...

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