how to punctaue this?


where do the commas go?

See example:

Every year, over 100 million animals suffer in chemical tests, product tests, science experiments, and more.
asked May 13 '14 at 01:30 Quincy Ballard New member

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The punctuation is correct.


I would change the preposition in to from or the longer phrase as a result of


I am not sure why chemical tests are different than product tests or science experiments.  It seems that chemical tests would fall under one of those two categories - product testing or science experiments


Ending the sentence with "and more" softens the impact of your sentence.  It tells the reader either that you  can't be bothered with listing the rest, or that you don't know what the rest are. It is a great phrase to add at the end of an advertisement.  It draws in the curious who are looking for a deal.  In the context of proving a point, however, a lack of details has the opposite affect.

link comment answered May 13 '14 at 02:37 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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