Comma use, particularly around “interrupters”


I have a problem with comma use, particularly around “interrupters” in the following example: “[2] However, the strengths outweigh any flaws that might appear.”

asked Apr 05 '11 at 00:10 Mike Sellers New member

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If 'however' is the beginning of the sentence, you've done everything correctly.  If not, please put the 'h' in lowercase and put a comma before it.

link comment answered Apr 06 '11 at 19:31 Kimberly Expert

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