Use of commas in Sentences.

By Brock Vanmorick and Zuhair Niazi

Use commas between two or more objectives of rank that modify the same exact ranking of the noun in the list.

Some examples are:

The ninja master; He was courageous, brave, swift and dangerous as a ninja.

Adding commas between Adjectives.

You put commas between the word and between the adjectives.

For example: Storks have large and stiff feathers.

comma version: Storks have large, stiff feathers.

But do not put commas between objectives that express the same thing.

for example: Each pair of wings had many light feathers. (6th grade Punctuation book lesson 2)

Commas with Nouns of Direct Address'es.

Use commas to set of nouns of direct addresses. A noun of direct address that you or someone else is speaking to.

For example: Devon, explain why Daedaius warned Icarus about the sun. Don't forget, class, that Lcarus didn't listen to his father. (Apostrophe book for 6th graders lesson 2)

Commas with Appositives.

An appositive is a word or phrase that identifies or renames a noun or pronoun that comes right before it. (Apostrophe book for 6th graders lesson 2) Use commas when the appositive adds extra information. Do not use commas when the appositive is supposed to be there.

For example Olivia E. Coolidge wrote about Greek myths,

Commas to Avoid Confusion

Use a comma whenever the reader might otherwise be confused on a sentence. Unclear-After Jack left the room Noah followed.

Clear- Soon after Jack left, Noah followed.

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Hopefully After Reading This You Learned Something About The Place Of Commas In Sentence.