Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 17 Capitalization and punctuations

We use the comma to set off someone addressed within the sentence.

The comma also separates the expressions such as yes, no, of course, however, nevertheless etc that are attached to sentences.

We use a comma before a conjunction when we are joining two complete sentences.

When a subordinate clause comes first in a sentence, we use the comma.

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 17 Capitalization and punctuations (3)

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