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Q3: Grammar Rules

These are the rules for Irene's class if you guys wanna study

When do you use a comma when joining two independent clauses with a conjunction Rule 1
When do you use a comma to separate an independent clause from a dependent clause if the dependent clause comes first in the sentence Rule 2
When do you use a comma to separate items in a series Rule 3
When do you use a comma to separate two or more coordinate adjectives that describe the same noun Rule 4
When do you use a pair of commas in the middle of a sentence t set nonessential information Rule 5
When do you use commas after introductory words or phrases Rule 6
When do you use a comma near the end of a sentence to separate contrasted coordinate elements to indicate a distinct pause or shift, or to set off phrases at the end of the sentence that refer to the beginning or middle of the sentence Rule 7
When do you use a comma to shift between the main discourse and a quotation Rule 8
When do you use commas to set off all geographical names, items in dates, addresses, and titles in names. Rule 9
Use a comma to set off the name of the person you are directly addressing Rule 10
Created by: landon1010
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