Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances

Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
Rule 22: Comma Usage in Specific Instances
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This grammar & punctuation unit for grade 4 is based on the rule "Commas are used in specific instances (to separate three or more items, after introductory words, or to set off the name of a person being spoken to)." The unit includes a copy of the rules plus three activity pages (with answer key) in which students use the rules. (Find other units by searching "Punctuation 4")
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