The original sentence is:

You again?

In which, I am wondering if I should insert a comma after "You":

You, again?

Which one is more correct, and why?


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Both can be correct.

It depends on how you want to say it. Do you want a pause after you or not? In other words it's up to you. Use the comma to represent a pause in speech. Omit the comma if there is no pause after you in the speech you are representing in written form.


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