English grammar

Module 11, Punctuation: End Points and Comma, Lesson 4:

Comma - Noun of Address

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Prompt:
A direct noun of address may be used in a sentence. Beginning a sentence, the noun of address is marked off by a comma: "Bill, are you awake?" Ending the sentence, the noun of address is marked off by a comma: "Are you awake, Bill?" Within the sentence, the noun of address is marked off by two commas: "Are you aware, Bill, that you are late?"

Practice What You've Learned

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Directions:
One or more commas have been omitted from each of the following sentences. Insert commas by clicking the space between the words where you desire a comma to be.
1.
Jonathan, please, bring, in, the, paper.
2.
The, decision, is, yours, John.
3.
Mr., Jones, are, you, retiring, this, year?
4.
Do, you, realize, Sally, that, summer, is, almost, here?
5.
It, is, our, plan, Ann, to, travel, to, Maine.
6.
Mother, where, is, my, blue, shirt?
7.
You, must, believe, me, Dad, when, I, tell, you, that, there, was, a, crowd.
8.
Pinch-hit, for, Jake, John.
9.
Coach, should, I, hit, or, bunt?
10.
There, on, the, hill, Jane, is, my, home.
11.
Just, getting, by, Martha, is, all, I, can, do.
12.
Doctor, may, I, return, to, work?
13.
Your, plane, has, arrived, Sean.
14.
Do, you, remember, George, that, there, is, little, time, for, practice?
15.
Mr., President, will, you, run, for, re-election?
16.
Are, you, prepared, Mary, for, the, trip, ahead?
17.
Never, have, I, heard, such, a, story, Warren.
18.
Can, you, imagine, Jill, just, how, scared, I, was?
19.
Grandpa, we, are, going, to, be, late.
20.
Are, you, going, too, Grandma?
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