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The Oxford comma

Some people get very worked up about the Oxford comma. Some people make a statement about it in their house style guide. Outside publishing, many people aren’t sure what it is. Find out more about the ambiguous Oxford comma. I think … Continue reading

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Using the Oxford comma

Do commas confuse you?  If so, this handy guide using Oxford comma might solve a few problems. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.

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More in the Oxford comma debate

Some people get very hot under the collar about this one. I’m not sure why. Punctuation is there to help us understand the sentence, so why don’t we just get on with putting commas in the right place to make … Continue reading

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How commas make a difference

Punctuation is such a small thing, isn’t it? Just a few dots & dashes. But the placing of a comma can make a huge difference to your sentence. Here are some good examples where people clearly don’t mean what they have written. … Continue reading

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