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1 Easy Comma Rule
August 15, 2017

August 15, 2017

I detected a hint of cool fall air this morning when I opened our windows. Whether I like it or not, summer is slipping away. David and I are trying to enjoy all of the summer fun that we can while it's still warm out. I hope you're doing the same!
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In today's Grammar Time section, I'll teach you one quick rule for using commas. I hope you enjoy the video!

Happy Learning,

Elizabeth O'Brien

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One Easy Comma Rule

When you start a sentence with an adverb clause, use a comma after it.

That's the rule! Of course, it's only helpful if you have an understanding of clauses. I'll teach you everything you need to know in this short video.

Click here to watch the video.

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