Grammar Rules: Use a Comma to Connect Two Ideas as One

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Grammar Rules: Use a Comma to Connect Two Ideas as One

FANBOYS are used when connecting two ideas as one in a single sentence, but don’t forget the comma.

For example:

  • I do not walk Mary’s dog, nor do I wash him.
  • Mary fed her dog, and I drank tea.
  • Mary feeds and walks her dog every day, but the dog is still hyperactive.

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