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There are no errors related to comma placement in the sentence below: As a result of exercising, Tamra has lost weight
There are no errors related to comma placement in the sentence below: As a result of exercising, Tamra has lost weight. TRUE.
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User: There are no errors related to comma placement in the sentence below: As a result of exercising, Tamra has lost weight

Weegy: There are no errors related to comma placement in the sentence below: As a result of exercising, Tamra has lost weight. TRUE.
alfred123|Points 4820|

User: The sentence, "She was born in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, but attended college in Berkley, California," uses commas correctly when the sentence includes place names

Weegy: the answer is false
khwenie|Points 65|

User: A comma is used to separate the introductory part of a sentence from the remainder of the sentence

User: The comma in the sentence, "I got to class on time, but I left my homework in the car," is an example of using a comma before a coordinating conjunction

Weegy: True
Amtid09|Points 190|

User: Use a comma to separate a series of three or more items

User: Although writers use other methods to link independent clauses, the semicolon serves the additional purpose of: (Points : 2) Emphatically signaling that the clauses are of great importance. Suggesting that the second clause is more important to the reader's understanding than the first clause. Indicating a causal relationship or a contrast between the first and second clauses. Suggesting that the first clause is more important to the reader's understanding than the second clause.

Weegy: Use a colon after an independent clause to introduce a list of particulars, an appositive. Write in a way that comes naturally Work from a suitable design
sweetness91|Points 20|

User: A colon is used appropriately in the following sentence: The warning label contained three words: Do Not Eat

Weegy: A colon is used appropriately in the following sentence: The warning label contained three words: Do Not Eat (Points : 2) Answer: True [ ]
rjd321|Points 79|

User: A writer should never use a comma: (Points : 2) After the first item in a series. After the last item in a series. Between the second and third items in a series. Before the last item in a series

Weegy: A writer should never use a comma: aftert he last item in a series. [ ]
Expert answered|WeggyExpert|Points 40|

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The comma in the sentence, "I got to class on time, but I left my homework in the car," is an example of using a comma before a coordinating conjunction
Weegy: True User: Use a comma to separate a series of three or more items User: A comma is used to separate the introductory part of a sentence from the remainder of the sentence User: Gary's morning routine consisted of brushing his teeth combing his hair and selecting his outfit for the day Weegy: Two commas should be added to the sentence. The sentence should look as such: Gary's morning routine consisted of brushing his teeth, combing his hair, and selecting his outfit for the day. User: Although writers use other methods to link independent clauses, the semicolon serves the additional purpose of Weegy: The semicolon (;) is a punctuation mark in English separating elements but used much less than the comma. It is more often used in more advanced extended sentences and adds a formal tone. [ Its name implies that it indicates a separation that is neither full (as indicated by the period), nor minute (as indicated by a comma). The semicolon denotes a half-way separation between elements close in meaning. Skilled writers know that they should not overuse the semicolon but merely use for "spicing up" the text's punctuation, as explained in the following sections. ] User: Colons are used to draw attention to that which follows User: Without a coordinating conjunction, a comma between two independent clauses creates a comma splice Weegy: That is true!! User: A semicolon may be used to correct or avoid User: A writer should never use a comma Weegy: Even writers should use comma The comma tells the reader to pause, just as the blinking yellow light tells a driver to slow down and proceed with caution. [ Some writers can tell where a comma is needed by reading their prose aloud and inserting a comma where there seems to be a clear pause in the sentence. This may work much of the time if you read the sentence carefully and accurately. However, this procedure is not the most precise way to approach comma usage. Below are four general ways to ... (More)
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