Monday, March 31, 2014

Oxford Comma

I am wholeheartedly on the side of using it. I will always add it when editing and will defend its use to my death. Not that I feel strongly or anything. . .

5 comments:

  1. Not using a comma sometimes confuses me too.

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  2. This video makes so much sense it's crazy. I have grown up being taught that this Oxford Comma was the right way to write. So, like the video said, I'm going to use it all my life and still believe that it's the right way to write. I never really found it very confusing, I just always thought that it's always needed. But in general, commas are confusing I think.

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  3. I dont think it is nesessary to use a comma because I dont know where to put a comma in sentences.

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  4. The Oxford comma is what I grew up using. It has only been recently that I have seen the controversy surrounding a tiny, but important piece of punctuation. I will always be an Oxford comma user. For me it adds finality to a list and a sentence.

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  5. I love commas, I love them. They help me divide my sentences, and they help me make it all easier to get my point across. I love them, and I will defend them, and I use them a lot, I might overuse them. Commas are just, nice, they are so much easier to make and show what you mean and how you put them in, commas only organize it for me.

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