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The comma is a punctuation character that is placed on the baseline and looks similar to a single quotation mark.

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Typically, an appositive in a sentence should be signaled with some kinds of punctuation, such as commas and dashes. However, can we eliminate these kinds of punctuation with a view to emphasizing … the meaning of the sentence? For example: Typically, we write: 1) We, detectives, are always careful to follow every lead. However, if I shed two commas of the above sentence, will its new …
asked Jul 29 '16 by nthntn