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,

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