English grammar

Module 11, Punctuation: End Points and Comma, Lesson 5:

Comma - Transitional Adverbs

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English grammar
Prompt:
A comma is used to set off transitional adverbs at the beginning, at the end, or in the middle of a sentence: "Consequently, we were broke." or "We were broke, consequently." or "I lost my money; consequently, we were broke." or "I have learned, moreover, to enjoy myself."

Practice What You've Learned

English grammar
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.
Unfortunately, we, missed, our, plane.
2.
The, snow, was, a, surprise;, fortunately, the, roads, were, clear.
3.
I, am, prepared, fortunately, to, drive, on, icy, roads.
4.
Nevertheless, we, will, arrive, on, time.
5.
The, stormy, conditions, moreover, will, not, delay, our, trip.
6.
However, it, is, better, to, be, safe, than, sorry.
7.
Icy, roads, nevertheless, will, hamper, our, progress.
8.
We, had, a, nice, trip;, however, we, worried, about, the, icy, roads.
9.
Otherwise, we, are, happy, to, be, home.
10.
Then, the, lights, dimmed;, and, the, curtain, opened.
11.
Besides, we, were, having, too, much, fun, to, leave.
12.
We, played, a, good, game;, hence, we, should, have, won.
13.
Incidentally, we, were, the, best, team, there.
14.
We, studied, hard;, accordingly, we, passed, the, test.
15.
She, is, smart;, indeed, she, is, a, genius.
16.
Thus, she, will, be, our, class, valedictorian.
17.
First, she, has, the, best, grade-point, average;, second, she, is, an, outstanding, citizen.
18.
Their, team, did, participate;, however, they, came, late.
19.
Otherwise, the, contest, went, off, as, scheduled.
20.
Finally, we, have, come, to, the, last, sentence.
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