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Commas with Conjunctions Exercise

Comma usage is not an exact science, but some general rules usually apply. When a sentence contains a coordinating conjunction (and, but, or), the rule is, if the conjunction is followed by an independent clause, put a comma before the conjunction. If the words that follow the conjunction do not make up an independent clause, no comma is needed. Edit the following sentences to include commas where needed.