Presentation on theme: "Is Punctuation Important? A smart cat knows its master. Mary Jane was responsible for the error. The tour guide stood by the bus and called the passengers."— Presentation transcript:
Is Punctuation Important? A smart cat knows its master. Mary Jane was responsible for the error. The tour guide stood by the bus and called the passengers names. I saw a man eating shark. Other than that one thought he was not there.
Introductory Dependent Clause Use a comma to separate an introductory dependent clause from the main clause in a sentence.
If the rain has not stopped by early afternoon the baseball game will have to be cancelled. As you requested during our telephone conversation I will ship the merchandise by parcel post. When you complete this month’s budget report please make copies for everyone on the committee. Although your order arrived after the deadline we will still honor the 10 percent discount stated in the catalog.
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