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Comma Use with Interrupters and Nonessential Elements - Exercise 2

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.  A dog that barks loudly often disturbs neighbors.

2.  Phil Smarter the owner of the company offered a rebate to all customers.

3.  Nobody knew however who had won the prize.

4.  Someone looking like Bert applied for the job last week.

5.  The woman in the picture Elsa Green has been in Germany for years.

6.  People who drink too much usually suffer hangovers.

7.  Samantha bought a card for Joe who has been in the hospital all week.

8.  Anna holding her hand in the air asked to speak to the crowd.

9.  Paul asked for grape juice not orange juice.

10.  My brother reads all sorts of books especially novels when he has time.



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