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Comma Use with Interrupters and Nonessential Elements - Exercise 1

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.  Mr. Corey our assistant advisor saves us plenty of money.

2.  Anyone who is attending the meeting should bring a laptop.

3.  We urge you therefore to go out and vote for the candidate of your choice.

4.  Bud's new car which has a sunroof was stolen last week.

5.  Most people who immigrated to the United States passed through Ellis Island.

6.  One of our associates Ms. Brown has just completed her shift.

7.  My Aunt Bertha who works in a shoe factory is feeling ill.

8.  We couldn't locate the contestant who won the raffle.

9.  We included fruits especially oranges and apples in our diet.

10.  Madeline visited Brazil not Berlin this past summer.



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