Kershner: Commas and Direct Addresses

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

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Kershner: Commas and Direct Addresses

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

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