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  • Comma Rule #1
  • I have a pet dog, and I have a pet fish.
  • Comma Rule #2
  • I play the viola, the guitar, and I sing.
  • Comma Rule #3
  • ¨My little cherubs are driving me crazy today,¨screamed Mrs. Boandl!
  • Use a comma before a conjunction when combining two complete sentences.
  • Comma Rule #4
  • Use commas to separate three or more words or phrases.
  • Comma Rule #5
  • In dialog,use a comma to separate the narrator from the speaker.
  • Comma Rule #6
  • Use a coma (or tow) when you directly mention a person.Separate their name from the rest of the sentence.
  • ¨Kaitlin, stop touching my stuff!¨
  • Use a comma to separate an introductory phrase from the sentence.
  • First, we will check our homework.
  • Use a comma after a transition word or phrase.
  • Then, you put marshmallows in your hot cocoa. Lastly you can drink it.
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