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Commas to mark clauses


A comma is used to mark clauses in complex sentences. They are used when the subordinating clause appears FIRST in the sentence.


Take a look at the example below:


Since the weather was extremely dreadful, my plans to climb Pendle Hill were cancelled.


subordinating clause + comma to mark the clause + main clause 


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