Oops!! Yikes!! Checking Yesterday’s Blog

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Thank you; thank you to the person that caught this in yesterday’s blog.

It said

Generally there is a comma before a conjunctive adverb. When it has more than one syllable, it has a comma after it; when there is only syllable, there is no comma.

Of course, it does not have a comma before it. It starts a new sentence. It has a period or a semicolon before it.

Sorry about that.

Happy punctuating!


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