How do I punctuate this?
Rev. Pettis stated that he will be attending the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education, June 20-24, 2011 in Indianapolis, IN for the Prayer Ministry also Sister Mason stated that she will be attending the conference and taking a class on Biblical Studies.
First, this should be two sentences.
... Prayer Ministry. Also, Sister Mason stated ....
Having so many commas in a sentence does get confusing. You have a date and a location - both of which normally have a comma in the middle. Should there be commas after the date or the location? I am not sure. If you replaced the time and location with other words, would there be commas?
Joe noted that he will be attending the Expo next week in Chicago for the company.
Perhaps someone else can put their two cents in on the commas, but it seems fine to me.
|link comment||answered Jun 11 '11 at 15:03 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
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