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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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