Comma before because
When should I use comma before because? If I understand correctly, I wrote the sentences below without mistakes.
I do not want to eat this piece of meat, because it is not fresh. - reason
I do not want to eat this piece of meat, because I may get fat. - result
Well, you really don't need the commas there. When you put a comma there in those sentences, it makes it sound like they are just side comments you didn't have to for someone to understand. You can put a comma there though. Hope this helped!
|link comment||answered Jun 18 '16 at 18:25 Rachel M New member|
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