I’m back with the latest installment of my Punctuation Pet Peeve series. I’ve ranted about misused apostrophes. I’ve condemned misplaced hyphens. And I’ve lamented the proper use of commas.
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I’m back with my latest rant lesson on punctuation. And today’s victim is… the comma. Okay; let me start off by saying that commas are HARD. I totally get it!
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