Coma after introductory phrase


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No significant activities, have been identified during this quarter.
asked Nov 29 '12 at 15:38 Isilda Allen New member

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There is no need for the comma.  "No significant activities" is not an introductory phrase; it is the subject of the sentence, and there is no reason to insert punctuation between the subject and the verb in this instance.

link comment edited Nov 29 '12 at 17:53 David Contributor

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