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When a sebtence includes an introductory clause and an independant clause that could stand alone as a complete sentence, a comma is placed after the introductory clause. True or false
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The senetnce, "He would,after all, ask his father for use of the Lexus to drive his date to the prom," is an example of using a comma to set off a transitional phrase. True or False
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