comma use

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My text book says, that you put a comma after an introductory direct address.

See example:

Brad, please take out the garbage before it starts to rain.
asked Jul 14 '12 at 18:34 jonathan bacon New member

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Is there a question here? If so, please elaborate as we are left guessing your intention.

 

Yes, a comma is required after an introductory direct address.

 

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link answered Jul 14 '12 at 21:16 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

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sanjayJul 15 '12 at 05:29

I asked you because every one is bent upon studying grammar rules, and you know it takes a long time to master the language. It does not take LONG

sanjayJul 15 '12 at 05:31

I asked you because every one is bent upon studying grammar rules, and you know it takes a long time to master the language. It does not take LONG if you just copy your sentences verbatim. Everything will be okay--sentence structure, punctuation, usage and so on.

sanjayJul 15 '12 at 05:32

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