where does the comma go in a sentence that says: in the past 10 years I have mostly worked at schools and churches which has helped me.
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A comma would be possible but by no means necessary (or even really desirable) after “years”; a comma is required after “churches.”
Read the sentence aloud, every where you would normally take a pause to breath, put a comma. That has helped me tremendously. But the direct answer would be In the past 10 years, I have mostly worked at schools and churches, which has helped me.
The comma goes before the word 'which'.
In the past 10 years I have mostly worked at schools and churches, which has helped me.