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Comma Use with Interrupters and Nonessential Elements - Exercise 3

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.  I often see Mr. Jackson my neighbor when I walk my dog.

2.  Elsa did not feel however that people should arrive without an appointment.

3.  Anyone who works with animals knows that they have feelings.

4.  Sailing across the bay the Skipjack looked absolutely beautiful.

5.  Jade plants also known as succulents require a good deal of sunlight.

6.  The film that you saw has won a major international award.

7.  Horror films especially gory ones can be very difficult to watch.

8.  Wanda enjoys working with teenagers not with young children.

9.  A man whom we could not identify asked for directions.

10.  Our mail carrier arrived at 4:30 lugging a big package for Tom.



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