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Demystifying the Comma, Part 1

Commas are the most frequently used punctuation mark, viagra sale and they seem to cause more than their fair share of confusion. Luckily there are rules about when to use a comma, so you don’t have to guess every time. Learn these few rules, and you’ll never wonder if you’re doing it right again.

Use a comma:

When joining two full sentences with and, or, but, nor, or for.

  • Jennifer worked for the agency, but I never knew her there.
  • The CFO liked Marco’s resume, and I think we should interview him.

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