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A writer may choose either to use or not use a comma: (Points : 2) In five-digit numbers to mark the division between hundreds and thousands. Between a proper name and the title Jr.
or Sr. To set off an appositive that identifies or specifies a noun phrase.
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User: A writer may choose either to use or not use a comma: (Points : 2) In five-digit numbers to mark the division between hundreds and thousands. Between a proper name and the title Jr. or Sr. To set off an appositive that identifies or specifies a noun phrase.

Weegy: All these answers are correct.
jeifunk|Points 11712|

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: The sentence, "At the carnival, she bought funnel cake cotton candy and a hot dog," uses commas correctly when punctuating a series. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: The sentence, "At the carnival, she bought funnel cake cotton candy and a hot dog," uses commas correctly when punctuating a series. FALSE.
vchutkan|Points 5871|

User: Use a comma to separate: (Points : 2) An introductory phrase immediately preceding the verb in an inverted sentence. An introductory word group that acts as the subject of the sentence. A subordinate clause used to introduce an independent clause. All these answers are correct.

Weegy: C) a subordinate clause used to introduce an independant clause.
coolcatrina|Points 443|

User: How many commas should be added to the sentence below? 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.
vonna79|Points 558|

User: A comma is used to separate the introductory part of a sentence from the remainder of the sentence. (Points : 2) True False



Weegy: A comma is used to separate the introductory part of a sentence from the remainder of the sentence.-is True.
Expert answered|emdjay23|Points 2822|

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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
Weegy: 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. ] (More)
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