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Last week it rained, snowed, and hailed in our town.
Last week it rained snowed and hailed in our town.
My favorite animals are lions, whales, and giraffes.
My favorite animals are lions whales and giraffes.
I helped my sister put on her socks, shoes, and dress.
I helped my sister put on her socks shoes and dress.
Look to the sky to see stars, satellites, and the moon.
Look at the sky to see stars satellites and the moon.
At Sue's party there were balloons, cake, and presents.
At Sue's party there were balloons cake and presents.
Our teachers said, "Raise your hand if you have your lunch today."
Our teacher said "Raise your hand if you have your lunch today."
I asked my friend, "Do you want to sleep over tonight?"
I asked my friend "Do you want to sleep over tonight?"
The ice cream man said, "We have strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate ice cream."
The ice cream man said "We have strawberry vanilla and chocolate ice cream."
As the spaceship touched down, the astronaut said, "The Eagle has landed."
As the spaceship touched down the astronaut said "The Eagle has landed."
The head cheerleader yelled, "Who's going to win?"
The head cheerleader yelled "Who's going to win?"
Grace, Alysia, and Erin made the team.
Grace Alysia and Erin made the team.
After school, my friends and I went to the lake.
After school my friends and I went to the lake.
No, you can't have ice cream before dinner.
No you can't have ice cream before dinner.
Rosa studied, but she still didn't pass the test.
Rosa studied but she still didn't pass the test.
Max walked home, and then he walked to the store.
Max walked home and then he walked to the store.
Have you finished your homework, Mandy?
Have you finished your homework Mandy?
Mary got a doll, a book, and a necklace.
Mary got a doll a book and a necklace.
I didn't clean my room, so Mom said I couldn't go.
I didn't clean my room so Mom said I couldn't go.
I have homework in math, English, and science.
I have homework in math English and science.
What did you get for Christmas, Trevor?
What did you get for Christmas Trevor?
When you take out the garbage, you can go.
When you take out the garbage you can go.
Comma Rule: Comma after "yes" or "no" at the beginning of a sentence.
Yes, I would like to go.
No, I didn't see you at the soccer game.
Comma Rule: Comma before or after a direct address (speaking to someone using their name).
Mary, please hand me a pencil.
Please watch where you are going, Ben.
Comma Rule: Comma after the greeting and closing of a letter.
Comma Rule: Comma to separate the day or month from the year.
January 10, 2018
Friday, May 5th
Comma Rule: Comma to separate things in a series.
I need to buy bread, eggs, and chocolate cake at the store.
My favorite colors are blue, green, and yellow.
Comma Rule: Use commas before and after a quotation.
"What I really want," said Maya, "is some lemonade."
Comma Rule: Use a comma after common introductory words such as however, clearly, and well.
However, we should still investigate the missing painting.
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