Lesson 365 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Commas

Use a comma wherever necessary for clarity to prevent misreading. Example: Beneath, the water sparkled brilliantly. (clear) Beneath the water sparkled brilliantly. (Confusing)
Instructions: Place commas where they are needed.
1. To write one must spend much time revising and proofreading.
2. After washing the boy left for the game.
3. Although a real diamond mine is rather small.
4. Inside the store contained many beautiful statues.
5. When eating a person should use good manners.
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. To write, one must spend much time revising and proofreading.
2. After washing, the boy left for the game.
3. Although a real diamond, mine is rather small.
4. Inside, the store contained many beautiful statues.
5. When eating, a person should use good manners.

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