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does this thing work to find where commas should be?

See example:

Hi my name is Jesus I am from North Carolina
edited Oct 04 '13 at 00:03 andrew felekos New member

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I can't help you with the software question, but I can help you with the sentence.

A comma, or exclamation point as shown in Mahjabin's answer, should go after 'Hi'.  His example sentences are all wrong, however. 

 

You have two independent clauses in this sentence, and they can be made into two sentences, joined with a comma and a conjunction, or, rarely, a semicolon.

Hi, my name is Jesus.  I am from North Carolina.

Hi, my name is Jesus, and I am from North Carolina.

Hi, my name is Jesus; I am from North Carolina.

link comment answered Oct 04 '13 at 01:43 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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Hi !  My name  is Jesus , I am from noth Carolina .

I am ..... years old , life in north Carolina and I am marrid ,We are 5 bothers and sisters ,they lifes in south Corlina ,and I am the oldest .

My young brother , who is a soldier lives in between North , and South Carolina.

link comment answered Oct 04 '13 at 01:30 Mahjabin Andar New member

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