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Rules of commas

Commas have 8 rules:

  1. Use commas before and after a quotation in a sentence.

    ( Ms. Reid came in and said, "good morning," to the class)
  2. Use a common introductory words (or transition words) in a sentence, like first, next, then, last, however, well, so...

    (First, open the peanut butter and the jelly)
  3. Use a comma to connect parts of a sentence.

    (When I went home, I did my homework)
  4. Use a comma to seperate a city and a state.

    (Rockmart, Georgia)
  5. Use a comma to seperate the day or date from the year.

    (January 1, 2017)
  6. Use a comma to seperate items in a list.

    (At the store I need bread, milk, and eggs.)
  7. Use a comma before and after someones name when you're describing them.

    (My teacher, Ms. Reid, is teaching us about commas.)
  8. Use commas in the beginning and end of a letter.

    (Dear Santa, 
    For Christmas, I would like a new blaket.
    Love, Ms. Reid)
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