Another question involving "and" between two independent clauses.


What about this sentence?


In addition to the swords, Amy was given a bow with a full quiver of arrows and the boys each received a dagger.


 Since both clauses seem to be describing what the two subjects were given in addition to swords, it would seem like there is no need for a comma before and? Or am I wrong again?


What about a I. C. + Conjuction + I. C. sentence that starts with suddenly (or something like it)? For example:


Suddenly the door of the chariot was swung open and a tall, fair-haired woman stood in the doorway. 



asked Jan 08 '13 at 19:07 Kyle Josiah Bowes New member

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