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Commas: Introductory Words or Phrases

Quiz by Ragon Weatherford

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3 questions
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  • Q1
    How should this sentence be edited​? Yes, you are allowed to chew gumballs during class, but don’t complain to me if you break a tooth.
    Yes you, are allowed to chew gumballs during class, but don’t complain to me if you break a tooth.
    Yes, you, are allowed to chew gumballs during class, but don’t complain to me if you break a tooth.
    This sentence is correct.
    Yes you are allowed to chew gumballs during class, but don’t complain to me if you break a tooth.
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  • Q2
    Which sentence is correct?
    Well, Ella plays the piano well when she is in the mood.
    Well Ella plays the piano well when she is in the mood.
    Well Ella plays the piano, well, when she is in the mood.
    There are no correct sentences.
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  • Q3
    Why should commas be used in introductory words/phrases.
    Neither answer is correct.
    That you must separate words that aren’t part of the sentence but instead comment on the meaning of the sentence.
    That you must separate words that aren’t part of the sentence but instead comment on the meaning of the sentence.
    Both answers are correct
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