Use of Comma
which is correct? Q. And, Michael, you are going home? OR Q. And Michael, you are going home?
I'll disagree with Sanjay on this. 'Michael' is a noun of address and needs to be separated from the rest of the sentence. I would not start this sentence with 'and', but if you do, put a comma after it.
Michael, are you going home?
And, Michael, are you going home?
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