Using Commas with Numbers and Interjections
Your Turn Read the comma rules about numbers and interjections. Then read the paragraph, which needs commas. Write each number or interjection and show where a comma should go, or print the lesson to mark your corrections.
- In large numbers, put a comma after the place for thousands, millions, billions, and so on: 1,186,000.
- Do not place commas in years: 1776 or 2018.
- Place a comma after an interjection (a word or phrase that shows emotion).
- If the interjection comes in the middle of a sentence, place the comma before and after it.
Rain, Rain, Go Away
Rain, Rain, Go Away (corrected)
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