Sunday, March 17, 2013

Comma and Prepositional Phrase

Always use a comma after a prepositional phrase. A good habit would be to Google the list of prepositions, and plaster it near your desktop, and refer to it often! Here are some examples of prepositional phrases and commas:
Along the sidewalk, the tall grass looked overgrown.
Underneath the pillow, she found her bracelet.
Below the stairs, is the switch for the light.
Until next time,

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Direct Address and Commas

Always use a comma to set off words in a direct address.
Here are a few examples:

Susan, take the mail upstairs.
Please allow me to introduce you, Mr. Jackson, to Tom.
Thank you so much, Carol, for your help on the project.

Author Events

It certainly was busy this last month attending two Author Events. One at West Allis Library and the other at New Berlin Public Library...