Commas(after introductory words, phrases and clauses)

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Commas (before FANBOYS in a compound sentence):

Commas (before FANBOYS in a compound sentence) Commas-use a comma before the conjunction to separate two main or independent clauses in a compound sentence. Examples: I went inside, because it was hot. She bought a purse, so it would match her shoes. He had a blue ice cream sundae, but it melted . ,

Commas(appositive phrases):

Commas(appositive phrases) Commas-a noun or pronoun placed after another noun or pronoun Examples: The tour guide, Mrs. Tores , led a tour of the London tower. I admire the singer Taylor Swift. Aunt Kelly, my favorite aunt, writes novels . ,

Semicolons :

Semicolons Semicolons-are used to join related clauses Examples: Bill enjoys jungle areas ; his sister is more interested in deserts My mom likes purple; but my dad likes green. My sister eats cake ;I like pie more. ;

Commas(after introductory words, phrases and clauses) :

Commas(after introductory words, phrases and clauses ) Commas-when a sentence begins with an introductory word, phrase, or clause. It is separated from the rest of the sentence with a comma E xamples: Hi, what is your name. After lunch, I will have a piece of cake. I get a snack after school . ,

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