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what  is  meant  by    more  than  two  words  in  comma

Asked by deepa 11th August 2016, 10:13 PM
Answered by Expert
Let's suppose you bought a few things from the supermarket and have to write about it in a sentence. Since you must have purchased more than two things, a comma should be used to list the items in your sentence.
Sentence: We bought chips, cream biscuits, milk cartons, detergent and spices from the supermarket. 
In the above sentence, commas have been used to list the underlined words in a series. 
In some cases, if you are asked to use the oxford/serial comma:
Sentence: We bought chips, cream biscuits, milk cartonsdetergent, and spices from the supermarket. 
There will be a comma even after the second last item (detergent) and before the conjunction (and) in the sentence.
I hope the explanation helps. 
Happy Studying! 
Answered by Expert 12th August 2016, 9:04 AM
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