Commas: The Consequence of Getting Them Wrong

Having published my last blog post earlier today, I took a look around the wondrous world of the #writing hashtag on Twitter.

Lurking there, silently watching other writers and and their offerings to the world, I felt a little like a stalker, truth be told. I also found some useful resources and a few great pieces of advice though, which made the stakeout worthwhile.

Then I found this (much thanks to: @CollChris) and I just had to share it. I haven’t seen a better illustration of the importance of correct comma usage since Eats, Shoots & Leaves (mentioned on this blog before here). Genius.

Oxford Comma

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4 thoughts on “Commas: The Consequence of Getting Them Wrong

  1. Good post. I learn something new and challenging on wbsites I stumbleupon on a daily basis.
    It’s always exciting to read througfh content from other authors and practice soomething from
    other weeb sites.

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