Do I need a comma after the word bottles in this sentence?


I still see John's empty soda bottles, beside his used milk bottles.

See example:

I still see Gil's empty soda bottles beside his used booze bottles.
asked Aug 25 '11 at 15:57 Mong hee Cho New member

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No comma needed in this sentence.

link answered Aug 25 '11 at 18:16 Joe Douglas Trent Contributor

Thanks for your contribution, Joe! If you have any questions or comments about how things work here at GA, just let me know! KimberlyAug 26 '11 at 02:38

Thanks Kimberly. This is good exercise for my brain. Joe Douglas TrentAug 26 '11 at 03:15

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