Unit 11.1

Comma

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Introduction

A comma is a punctuation mark used to indicate a division.

Form

The comma mark is: ,

Example

  • I like: meat, fruit, vegetables.
  • They love: travelling, eating, shopping…
  • She studies: English, Spanish and German.

Use

We use a comma between words in a list. But we don’t write a comma when it goes before ‘and’ in a list.

Related

At A1 level you can take a look at these: The Slash, Question mark, Exclamation mark, Colon, Semicolon and Symbols.

At A2 level you can take a look at these: Dot, Question Mark, Exclamation mark, Comma, Colon and Semicolon.

At B1 level you can take a look at these: Dot, Question marks, Exclamation marks, Comma, Colon, Semicolon and Ellipsis.

At B2 level you can take a look at these: Dot, Question mark, Exclamation mark, Comma, Colon, Semicolon and Ellipsis.

Exercises

External link to Comma exercises (1181).



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