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Learn the technique for finding words that set the stage for the main part of a sentence.
Learn how to determine if too much information has been written together without it being properly punctuated.
Learn how to use a comma to offset any part of a sentence, that could be taken out of a sentence, without making it an incomplete sentence.
Learn how to us connector words for a more natural flow in your writing, instead of, starting a new sentence.
Learn how to use a comma to separate elements of a date, and numbers that are made-up of two or more parts.
Learn how to use the comma for parenthetical information in a person's name.
Learn how to use a comma in formal written communication to include a person's educational background information.
Learn where to place a comma in the part of sentences that don't require additional words for clarity.
Learn how to clarify the meaning of written language through the use of a comma punctuation mark.
Learn the definition of confusing words that sound alike or look similar, but have different meanings. No longer will it be difficult for you to determine which spelling is correct when you're using them in a sentence.
Chandra Ellington has over 20 years of legal secretarial and executive secretarial experience. She also has a Master’s in Management degree. She’s developed training material and taught groups of employees.
She's currently the lead proofreader and editor for a school district's bi-weekly board meeting book. In addition, she writes positive psychology articles for the Long Beach Times Newspaper in California.