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Commas for Regan

comma practice

Leah ate her breakfast, brushed her teeth, and went to school. Use a comma after every item in a series except the last one. (3 or more)
Alex was a rude, nasty girl. Use commas between 2 or more adjetives of equal rank that modify the same noun.
Wairly, I climbed up the unstable steps. Use a comma after an introductory word or phrase to separate it from the rest of the sentence.
I climbed, wairly, up the unstable steps. Use commas to set off words or phrases to interrupt, or break, the flow of thought in a sentence.
Don't forget, Mia, to get your lunch. Use commas to set off nouns to direct address.
Elizabeth, my older sister, is leaving today to go back to ECU. Use commas when the appositive (renames moun/pronoun) adds extra information.
Created by: ceciliaclare720