Commas after introductory phrases


how will fix it?

See example:

Yes the lesson addressed, the majority of media visual technological illiteracies which is appropriate for the level intended.

asked Apr 09 '11 at 22:46 irin New member

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You need a comma after 'yes', not after 'addressed'.  


One trick that may help with commas is to say the sentence out loud, as if you were speaking to someone. Usually, when you pause in speaking there should be a comma  in that part of the sentence.

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

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