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A comma is used to separate the introductory part of a sentence from the remainder of the sentence. (Points : 2) True False
True. In English, the rule is that you must separate words that aren’t part of the sentence but instead comment on the meaning of the sentence. [ Put another way, introductory words that appear at the beginning of a sentence are set off from what follows by commas. If you omit these words, the sentence still means the same thing. Common introductory words include yes, no, well, oh, and okay.To
sum up the rule on introductory words: Use commas to separate them from the rest of the sentence, or omit them entirely. ]
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