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These Activities have been designed to help you master the 14 most common punctuation marks in English, from the simple full stop to the more complicated comma, apostrophe, hyphen, exclamation mark, colon, semicolon, and brackets. Understanding and using punctuation correctly is essential for making your written English clear and easy to understand. These exercises will help you to improve your understanding of when and how to use each punctuation mark to make your writing more effective.
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I asked the OpenAI ChatGPT: “How do you use a comma in English sentences?” What it said I put in a video which you will find in this challenge. Watch the video and then you should know enough about the use of commas to get a perfect score in this challenge.
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I asked the OpenAI Chat “How do you use a comma in English sentences?” and here is what it said. The video is in three parts. Part one is a listening activity. Part two is a reading activity. Part three will help you to practice the 44 symbols of the Britlish English IPA chart to help with your British English pronunciation. You can learn more about the British English IPA chart at Britlish.com. How do you use commas in English sentences? In general, commas are used to separate words and phrases in sentences to make them easier to read and understand. There are a few specific rules for using commas in English sentences that you should be aware of. Use a comma to separate independent clauses that are joined by a coordinating conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so). For example: "I went to the store, and I bought some apples." Use a comma to separate items in a list or series. For example: "I need to buy eggs, milk, bread, and butter at the store." Use a comma to separate introductory elements from the rest of the sentence. For example: "After I finish my homework, I'm going to go for a run." Use a comma to set off direct quotations from the rest of the sentence. For example: "She said, "I'm going to the store."" Use a comma to separate contrasting elements in a sentence. For example: "She's smart, but she's also lazy." These are just a few examples of how commas are used in English sentences. There are many other situations in which you may need to use a comma, so it's important to familiarize yourself with the rules and use them correctly to improve your writing. Thank you. That was very informative. You’re very welcome. Bye!
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