As the comma forces lead an important attack that can end the galactic war.
bringing peace among all the star systems once and for all. Arriving on a star cruiser
to the battlefield is General conjunction. With his newly formed battalion of clones the
501st the battle is for sure won.
Come on we are needed at the briefing room before we touch down on the
There are going to be traitors among our ranks. There are 11 ways you can
tell who is an enemy! 1. if they tell you we go before the month WE DON"T! WE GO
BETWEEN THE DAY AND YEAR. Ex: September 25, 2506 and Agust 29, 2090
The second way you can tell is if they don't put a comma at the beginning
of a letter. "Ex: Dear Jhon, and dear A," Third way is that they do not separate the city and
state. Ex: Berlin, Germany and Hong kong, China
4th way you can tell is. If they do not add comas to list. Like
Potato, Russian nesting doll, and 27 and snow, hail, and sleet 5th way is if
they do not add a comma after an introductory word. Ex: Yes, I did forget my
lunch, and no, I did
6th way is when they do not add a comma to address someone.
which is very wrong! We should add a comma when you address someone
Ex: Mom, the truck is here and Dad, The car is here . 7th way is quotes and
dialogue. The enemy will NOT add a comma here. But we should. Ex: The
teacher asked, “What’s everyone laughing about?”. the broom asked,"Wha"
8th is if they do not add a comma between independent clauses joined by a
conjunction. We should add a comma here. Ex: Stella loves to travel, and she
plans to go back to Costa Rica. 9th is if there is no comma in appositives.
(appositives is a way to rename something after you say it btw)
Ex: Ms. Davis, our principal,. Ms. M, our teacher.
10th way is if they do not add a comma to separate an independent and
dependent clause. Ex: After the play was over, we realized he broke his leg.
Last way is that they do not have a comma separating two adjectives when listed
together. Ex: I ordered a large, cold Dr. Pepper. a long, tiring day
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