Comma use, particularly around “interrupters”


I have a problem with comma use, particularly around “interrupters” in the following example: “A student with a learning disability struggles when expressing oneself orally, arranging feelings, learning to read and therefore struggles to learn to write.”

asked Apr 03 '11 at 07:48 CHRISTIN New member

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Add 'as well as' between 'feelings, learning'.  Also, put commas around 'therefore'.

link comment answered Apr 05 '11 at 16:13 Kimberly Expert

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