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Identify the correct use of commas (i.e., series, dates, addresses, friendly letters, introductory words, compound sentences) within context. SPI 0401.1.6
Links verified on 9/25/2014
- Comma Rules Explained - seven rules with examples given for each rule - from a community college online writing laboratory
- Comma Usage - intermediate test prep
- Commas - from the Blue Book of Grammar
- Commas: Eight Basic Uses - two pages of instruction, one page worksheet plus a homework assignment
- Commas in a Series - the rule is given followed by examples
- Commas in Addresses - rules and examples
- Commas in Places - Soft Schools multiple choice quiz, thirteen questions
- Correct Use of Commas in a Sentence - thirty slide PowerPoint show showing correct usage and examples
- Dear Mr. Henshaw - parts of a friendly letter (a Quia quiz)
- Exercises on using commas - Exercise 1 - Exercise 2 - Exercise 3 - Exercise 4 - Exercise 5 - print and give to students as worksheets
- How to Use Commas in Addresses and Dates - rules and examples
- Power Proofreading - Choose 4th grade then select; The Clumsy Chef, or any one of the mixed practice exercises.
- Quiz on Comma Usage - Click on "The paragraph, please!" and a paragraph will appear in the top text-area.
- Using Commas Correctly - rules to print and keep handy for whatever you're writing
- Using Commas Correctly - quiz which followed a page of comma rules
- Using Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions - Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence will appear in the top text-area. Insert the necessary comma or commas (being careful not to insert commas where they aren't necessary).
- Using Commas with Introductory Phrases - Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence will appear in the top text-area. Insert any necessary comma or commas (being careful not to insert commas where they aren't necessary).
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