Putting Pen To Paper (PPTP 03) – Missing Comma In A Compound Sentence

When to use:

A Compound Sentence is a sentence with more than one subject or predicate. A predicate can be a noun or a verb.

Here, a comma is used to separate or divide two or more clauses in a compound sentence. This sentence is split up by a conjunction (a connecting word). The comma is placed at the end of the first clause (before the conjunction).

Incorrect: She was late and she was very angry.

Correct: She was late, and she was very angry.

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Freelance Writer, Blogger and Content Creator. I have written for Unsustainable Magazine, E: The Environmental Magazine and HubPages.

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