Commas. We love them. We hate them. And, sometimes, don’t, know, when, to, use, them. No matter how much we dislike commas, it’s hard to argue against their importance. Take these two sentences for example:
“Let’s eat, Grandma.”
“Let’s eat Grandma.”
Without the comma, Grandma would be in big trouble come dinner time.
Knowing when and where to use a comma is the key to a higher ACT score. In fact, comma usage makes up 20% of your English score. Therefore, it is important to be familiar with all the grammar rules concerning commas. Below are six guiding principles for dealing with commas on the ACT.
Six Guiding Principles for Dealing with Commas on the ACT:
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