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Would I put a comma after besides or should it be after he?

See example:

Emanuel has been away on a 2-week business trip, and unable to meet with Kathleen and I. Besides, it is he who ultimately will make the final decision about Travis.
asked Apr 22 '12 at 22:55 Dawn New member

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...Kathleen and me. Ultimately, he makes the final decision about Travis.

 

Worded the way you have it, I think that is correct.

link comment answered Apr 23 '12 at 00:19 Tony Proano Expert
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Perhaps you might write this:  Since Emanuel has been away on a 2-week business trip, he is unable to meet with Kathleen and me.  Besides, he will make the ultimate decision about Travis.  P.S. There is a comma after the word besides.

link comment answered Apr 24 '12 at 05:52 Kevin Knott New member
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Sorry, I cannot get the meaning of "besides", do you want to express addition? I agree with Lewis version

link comment answered May 03 '12 at 11:53 estela New member

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