Lesson 361 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Commas

Use a comma to set off a short clause at the end of the sentence to change a statement into a question or an exclamatory sentence. Example: You are going to town, aren’t you?
Instructions: Place commas where they are needed.
1. That should make them take notice shouldn’t it!
2. This is a beautiful location isn’t it?
3. Becky is a living miracle isn’t she!
4. Joe was here this morning wasn’t he?
5. The new player really tries doesn’t he!
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. That should make them take notice, shouldn’t it!
2. This is a beautiful location, isn’t it?
3. Becky is a living miracle, isn’t she!
4. Joe was here this morning, wasn’t he?
5. The new player really tries, doesn’t he!

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