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Kershner Chapter 9 on how to use commas when using direct addresses.

Kershner Chapter 9 on how to use commas when using direct addresses.

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  • The Proper Use of Commas and DirectAddresses in Sentences. http://img.wallpaperstock.net:81/emoticon-thinking- wallpapers_12816_1600x1200.jpg
  • Raise your hand, young man, before you speak!se your hand, young man before you speak!
  • “Look, John, I don’t know where she went,” said Robert.“Look John, I don’t know where she went.” said Robert.
  • When using direct addresses thedirect address is placed between commas.
  • “Truthfully, James, I don’t know what to do,” said Michael.“Truthfully James,I don’t know what to do,” said Michael.
  • Put that down, you stupidmutt, before you break it! Put that down you stupidmutt, before you break it!
  • Direct address words can beremoved without altering a sentence.
  • Rinse out your glass, Louise, and please put it away.inse out your glass Louise, and please put it away.
  • The school, on the east side, was much cheaper.The school on the east side, was much cheaper.