which is correct? Q. And, Michael, you are going home? OR Q. And Michael, you are going home?
Since it's a direct quote, the 'and' has to be in, but so do the commas. This is a small point, and probably not worth getting into a shouting match about.
And Michael, you are going home?
Can you explain why I should not off set the direct address with a comma? I have always been taught to do that, but my proofreader says no on this one. Thx.
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