Answered By: Writing Center
Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015     Views: 3

It is inappropriate to use commas in the following conditions:
1) Don't put commas in places that interrupt the flow of a sentence;
2) Don't use commas to separate subjects from verbs;
3) Don't use commas to separate compound subjects, predicates, or objects;
4) Don't use commas to introduce a series;
5) Don't use commas around modifiers essential to the meaning of a sentence.

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