appologies if this is a very simple question, but your help would be appreciated.
I asked a question a couple of days ago regarding the usage of comma within sentences. I have been reading various rules regarding comma usage but still somtimes have a bit of difficulty knowing exactly where they should be placed.
In the following sentence would sombody be kind enough to give a brief overview regarding why each individual comma has been used.
Sometimes, though, a simple subject can be more than one word, even an entire clause.
I'm under the impression the first two are used to introduce introductory elements. I would also guess that "A simple subject can be more than one word" is the independant clause. But why is this clause seperated from the final element "even an entire clause".
Once again apologies if this is basic.