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Are your students confused by comma usage or need some extra practice and review?

Do they receive many edits in their assignments about commas?  

If so, there’s help on the way!

One of the most common errors in writing is the placement of commas. Either commas are placed where one thinks a comma should be, or a comma is NOT placed where it needs to be.  How can one know?

With this day and age of “just Google it,” I have to respond that one cannot always Google something. There are some things that one just needs to know, and that is especially true with students learning to write. They won’t be able to use reference when taking exams, so knowing some basic rules will make a huge difference.

Next school year, return here to receive grammar, punctuation, and spelling tips that can guide your student!  Better yet, sign up for a class so that your child’s writing can receive personalized feedback!  

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