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Comma Use - Exercise 4

Revise the following sentences by adding commas where they are needed. If a sentence is correct, type "correct" in the textbox. When you are finished, click on the "Check My Work" button at the bottom of the page.

1.  Anyone who walks four dogs at one time must keep the leashes untangled.

2.  We chose this blanket because it is warm fuzzy and washable.

3.  Until he knew what caused the alarm to go off he continued to be cautious.

4.  The officer stopped the car when he saw the loose license plate.

5.  Matilda asked for spicy food didn't she?

6.  Flames were shooting out of the building and people were yelling for help.

7.  This particular painting appeals to the emotions not the intellect.

8.  To speak French well you should spend some time in France.

9.  Susie John's sister is taking dance lessons.

10.  The boss according to Bill is not qualified for that position.



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