Video: commas – rule 1

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A comma. There are four rules for when to use a comma. The first rule is to separate items in a list. For example: Taxes are used to pay for healthcare, education and national defence. It is important to note that using a comma between the last and second to last item on a list is optional. The same sentence could be written like this.

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