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.

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