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A writer can use a comma: (Points : 2) 1. to separate essential phrases from the rest of a sentence. 2. with a conjunctive adverb to join independent clauses. 3. to set off an indirect quotation. 4.
to set off dates in which the day follows the month.
The answers are to separate essential phrases from the rest of a sentence ; with a conjunctive adverb to join independent clauses ; to set off dates in which the day follows the month.
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