Lesson 359 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Commas

Use a comma after long introductory prepositional phrases or two or more consecutive prepositional phrases. Examples: At the entrance to the cave, the guide gave us instructions. During those hot, boring summer days, time passed very slowly.
Instructions: Place commas where they are needed.
1. After the wreck into the pine tree the car was towed away.
2. Into the woods during the shower ran the black horse.
3. After the long and exhausting trip we finally arrived at our destination.
4. In the hall closet on the top shelf you will find the material I need.
5. Through the vast expanse of space the astronauts traveled continuously.
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Answers:
1. After the wreck into the pine tree, the car was towed away.
2. Into the woods during the shower, ran the black horse.
3. After the long and exhausting trip, we finally arrived at our destination.
4. In the hall closet on the top shelf, you will find the material I need.
5. Through the vast expanse of space, the astronauts traveled continuously.

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