On a side note I have little experience in actually playing ultimate frisbee, would that be a problem?


Is it ok to have this broken up with that comma after frisbee? or should I just start an entirely new sentence? or neither?? Help me out please, thank you!

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You should definitely split this into two sentences. The first is declarative, and the second is a question.  Technically, a semicolon would work, but I think it's better with two sentences. You also need a comma after 'note'.

Frisbee is a brand name and should be capitalized, and I believe 'Ultimate' is as well.

On a side note, I have little experience in actually playing Ultimate Frisbee.  Would that be a problem?

link answered Sep 06 '13 at 10:32 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

Thank you very much!!

AnonymousSep 06 '13 at 21:17

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