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HubSpot: Comma Rules for Clear Writing (with Examples)
HubSpot just published a new interesting write-up:
One of the most commonly used punctuation marks, an errant comma can be the difference between a complete sentence and a complete mess. In this post, we’ll explore seven comma rules that will keep your writing concise and coherent. Before we dive in, what is a comma anyway? You can think of a comma as a lighter version of a period. While a period ends a sentence full-stop, a comma is a smaller, softer pause. It can separate words, clauses, or ideas within one sentence. 1. Two complete sentences can only be connected with a comma when using a coordinating conjunction. A coordinating conjunction is a conjunction placed between words, phrases, clauses, or sentences of equal rank. English has seven main coordinating conjunctions — for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so — that can be used to weave together two complete sentences with a comma. You can use the mnemonic
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