حل كتاب النشاط Mega Goal 3  ثاني ثانوي

حل كتاب النشاط Mega Goal 3  ثاني ثانوي

 

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حل كتاب النشاط Mega Goal 3  ثاني ثانوي

Writing Skills 4

Punctuation 2 Student’s answer The comma has various uses in English, often helping to divide various pieces of information that appear in the same sentence.

Use commas: • to separate items in a list

We went to Spain, France, Italy, and Greece on vacation. • after yes and no in answers

Yes, I did. No, I haven’t seen him recently. • before conjunctions (e.g., and, but, so) that separate two clauses

He didn’t like living in Washington, but he didn’t want to leave his job. • to separate names of people in direct address

How very nice to see you again, Mr. Smith. . after transitional expressions (e.g., for example, however, furthermore)

Successful products today are truly international. For example, Microsoft programs are

recognized all over the world. • to separate adjectives that modify the noun separately

Gerry was tall, athletic, and very clever. to separate quotation marks for direct speech from the rest of the sentence

“I’m bored,”Tim said. “When are we going to do something different?” • to separate clauses

As soon as I get to the office, I’ll send you the report. • to separate non-defining clauses from the rest of the sentence

Tony Wakefield, who came to Mexico in 2009, is a director. • to separate interjections

Tam, by the way, also going to Chicago.

Don’t use commas:

when the conjunction does not separate two independent clauses I want to get married and have children. for names when it is not direct address I spoke to Dr. Franklin and he said that it was no problem. for defining relative clauses That’s the man who stole my car!

 

 

 

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