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Question #1: Does the sentence below correctly use commas to separate items in a series?[br] John, Susan, and Mary went to the market.
Question #2: Which of the following series is punctuated correctly?
Question #3: Which of the following series is punctuated correctly?
Question #4: Is the comma placed correctly to set off the introductory information in this sentence?[br] Nervously the two, brothers waited to tell their mother about the broken window.
Question #5: Which of the sentences below correctly uses the comma to separate introductory material from the rest of the sentence?
Question #6: Which of the sentences below correctly uses a comma to separate introductory material from the rest of the sentence?
Question #7: What is the interrupting material in this sentence? The car, washed and waxed, stood ready to take Jean to the senior prom.
Question #8: What is the interrupting material in this sentence? Bob, my pet cat, is quite large.
Question #9: Is the sentence below correctly punctuated? All food which is rotten should not be eaten.
Question #10: Which of these sentences is correctly punctuated?
Question #11: Which sentence below correctly uses the comma to separate the two main clauses joined by the coordinate conjunction?
Question #12: Does this sentence need a comma? My friend loves cooking but hates cleaning.
Question #13: Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
Question #14: Which of these sentences is correctly punctuated.
Question #15: Does the following sentence correctly use the comma to separate the name of the person being addressed from the rest of the text? Ward, I'm worried about Beaver.
Question #16: Which of the following dates is correctly punctuated?
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