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  1. Hi Melany!

    I got every answer correct except number 5. When I read the sentence, the comma was a natural place for me to pause. So, having a comma before the connective seemed fitting. But I think I caught my mistake. Am I correct that a comma would be needed if the sentence was worded like this: “…and WE hoped the kids would be entertained with their movies”?

    Thank you!

    1. Melanie, I’m so sorry for spelling your name wrong!

    2. mel chitwood says:

      Exactly, Rose, we done! Have to have that subject “we” to require the comma. Yes, commas indicate a pause, and sometimes we break even the comma rules for additional clarity. But you followed the pattern and corrected the error!
      Thanks for stopping by!

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