comma usage


Should I put a comma before the word resulting?

Deceptive campaign ads have persuaded the majority of California voters to vote no on proposition 37 resulting in the continued dis-empowerment of consumers to make informed decisions at the market.


Thanks for the answer.

I am still working on this.

I would like to take out the word have-and write-deceptive advertisments persuaded...

comma edited Mar 25 '13 at 02:01 betresse New member

1 answer




You could also remove the hyphen in disempowerment.

link comment answered Mar 21 '13 at 22:12 Wallid Fielding Contributor

Your answer

Write at least 20 characters

Have a question about English grammar, style or vocabulary use? Ask now to get help from Grammarly experts for FREE.