May 28


Commas have many different uses and here I’m going to tell you about some of them so if you need some tips further

Rule 1. Use commas to separate words or word groups with three or more items people places etc. E.G. I went to the shops with mum, dad, my brother and I

Rule 2. Use commas for extra info in a sentence E.G. The Bird, that was blue and golden, was beautiful

Rule 3.Use commas to set off the name, nickname,  or title of a person directly addressed E.G. will you, Jeffrey, do this assignment for me

Good day, Captain

I hope you found this somewhat useful, if you did then It will help with your writing and your teachers wont be saying you need to include commas because before I used commas that’s what happened.

Posted May 28, 2015 by rileyosl in category Uncategorized

1 thoughts on “Commas

  1. Verona Gridley

    That is a lot of interesting information about commas.
    They certainly have many different uses.
    Thanks for sharing your learning on your blog.
    Mrs Gridley 🙂


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