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Using the comma 1.

In the following exercise you will be asked to add commas to a given sentence. You can copy and paste the given sentence into the answer box to save time typing. You can then add the commas and compare your sentence with the correct version.

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After a hard day at the office I like to relax with a large gin.

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The recipe needed jam flour sugar fruit eggs ketchup and baking powder.

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"Look at this" he whispered.

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Paulina his wife of many years had decided to go and live in Greece.

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As the sun began to sink over the sea Karen got ready to go out.

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She was intelligent not especially practical.

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The thief was wearing impractical high heels so she could not run fast.

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We go to Blackpool for the cuisine not the weather.

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"I advise you" said the teacher "not to cross me again today."

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Steven his head still spinning walked out of the office for the last time.

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