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What is the importance of the comma and apostropher?
The "comma" is used in many contexts and languages, principally for separating things.This is especially true of apostrophes, punctuation marks used to show possession or indicate that one or more letters have been left out of a word. [ In the following paragraphs we’ll cover a few of the most common apostrophe rules so you’ll be familiar with when to use apostrophes . ]
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