Oxford comma

The Oxford comma is a type of punctuation that is hotly debated among certain English-speaking writers, reporters, teachers and academics. Using or not using the Oxford comma may cause confusion, depending on the circumstance. We will examine the definition of the Oxford comma, how it got its name, who was the first to encourage its use, and some examples of its use in sentences. An Oxford comma is used before the coordinating conjunction in a sentence that includes a list of three or more … [Read more...]

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