Lesson 363 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Commas

Use commas to set off contrasted expressions. Example: His mother, not his father, is in charge.
Instructions: Place commas where they are needed.
1. Your car not your truck is the better vehicle to use.
2. My aunt not my uncle used to live here before.
3. You need to talk to the man at the end of the table not the one near the window.
4. Our track team not our baseball team won the championship.
5. Be sure to see the owner not the manager about the job.
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. Your car, not your truck, is the better vehicle to use.
2. My aunt, not my uncle, used to live here before.
3. You need to talk to the man at the end of the table, not the one near the window.
4. Our track team, not our baseball team, won the championship.
5. Be sure to see the owner, not the manager, about the job.

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