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AnonymousA teacher once told me the I need to never usage a comma prior to "as well as" -- for instance, To better serve you, our agency will offer more frozen foods and also fresh ones. This is good.BUT: Our company will offer an ext frozen foods, and make the price cheaper. A coworker believes a comma is necessary, the isTo much better serve you, our firm will offer much more frozen foods, as well as fresh ones. Is there a rule about use that a comma v "as fine as"? Thanks! kgm ns don"t have a rule publication in front of me, however the over is what i feel to be correct. The gurus are motivated to confirm, refute or include to what I have here.
Generally, the rule of thumb v all expression such as "as fine as," "along with," "in enhancement to," etc., is to put commas around the expression only once it interrupts the subject of the sentence from the verb. Example: Jenny, and her sister, went to the beach.If the expression occurs in other places in the sentence, omit the commas.Example:Jenny visited the beach and her sister.
"as well together make the price cheaper" is a dependent clause. If you"re placing it at the end of the sentence, you should not include a comma.- Our firm will offer more frozen foods and make the price cheaper.However, if you placed a dependent clause everywhere else in the sentence, it must be be separate by one or two commas.- In enhancement to make our prices cheaper, our agency will offer an ext frozen foods.- our company, in enhancement to do our price cheaper, will certainly offer much more frozen foods.This goes for every dependent clauses.- due to the fact that he"s sick, he doesn"t want to go.- the doesn"t want to go due to the fact that he"s sick.
ns was always taught it must read: To much better serve you, our company will offer much more frozen foods, also as, new ones.
Commas space not necessary. "As fine as" is a conjunction prefer "and." it is ok to placed a comma prior to the conjunction, yet not after it. To much better serve you, our agency will offer more frozen foods and fresh ones.
Hi everyone, my an initial post in the forum. I started teaching ESL this year and I came across this forum a pair of times. Ns tought this time i would try to participate a tiny bit
.Ok, so ns was teaching this morning with an additional theacer who carried some handouts out of a publication we don"t normally use. Among the sentence was together follow:"She and also him is right." at first, ns tought that it need to be "She and also him are right". Climate I believed that "She, and also him, is right."... And also now I"m wonder if it might be "She, and him, are right".I found one more sentence using commas with also as:
Hi, "as fine as" is conjunction for this reason you can use it there is no commas. I personally don"t usage comma once using too as. However, I have read many articles where they have actually used ", too as". So, ns guess that is acceptable as well.Regards,Nidhi
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