C) a subordinate clause used to introduce an independant clause.Auto answered|Score .5917|coolcatrina|Points 443|User:
In a sentence including a subordinate clause that functions as an adjective, (Points : 2)
the subordinate clause should always be set off with a comma.
the subordinate clause should be set off with a comma only if it comes before the subject.
the subordinate clause should be set off with a comma only if the clause does not specify or identify the noun it modifies.
the subordinate clause should be set off with a comma only if it comes after the subject.Weegy:
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In the sentence "Sparring is an excellent training exercise in martial arts," (Points : 2)
a comma should be inserted between the words excellent and training.
a comma should be inserted after the word exercise.
a comma should be inserted after the word sparring.
The sentence is correct as written.Weegy:
In the sentence "Sparring is an excellent training exercise in martial arts," the sentence is correct as written. Auto answered|Score 1|rugmaker|Points 2117|User:
A writer should always use a comma: (Points : 2)
to separate names of cities from states or countries.
to separate the hundreds from the thousands place in a four-digit number specifying a particular year.
to separate the number of a day when it precedes the name of the month in a date.
All these answers are correct.Weegy:
D. All of these answers are correct.Auto answered|Score 1|sipichapie|Points 4532|User:
When joining two independent clauses, a writer should: (Points : 2)
simply insert a comma between the two clauses without inserting additional elements.
insert a comma before a coordinating conjunction used to join the two clauses.
insert a comma after a coordinating conjunction used to join the two clauses.
Using a comma to join two independent clauses in any way would result in a structure that would not conform to American rules of grammar and convention.
2) simply insert a comma between the two clauses without inserting additional elementsAuto answered|Score .6|Controler|Points 2660|
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