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More commas before ‘and’

It’s got to be the topic closest to editors’ hearts: commas. We love arguing about them, and I’m intrigued by how different editors apply comma rules. I’m fond of saying that there are two types of editor: comma putterinnerers and … Continue reading

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Commas before ‘and’ …

Up the garden path − or, why a fanboy comma is your friend The comma is a valuable punctuation device because it separates the structural elements of sentences into manageable segments. The Rule: Use commas to separate independent clauses (that … Continue reading

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