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Let's eat Grandfather. We're having soup today.
Let's eat, Grandfather. We're having soup today.
That's great! I love soup!
Using Commas 2
In this scene, Ann tells her grandfather something not so pleasant. She said let's eat grandfather, which means they'll eat grandfather. That's wrong!
Here, Ann tells her grandfather to have some soup. This sentence is correct, because it has a comma in it to prevent it from meaning - something else.
So, commas can save people's lives, right? And they can be trouble when you know or don't know when to use them. Practice, and you'll find a pattern!
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