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ENG 105C 9/16/16

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ENG 105C 9/16/16 ENG 105C

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Composition and Rhetoric I (CAP)
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Date Created: 09/21/16
ENG 105C 32a: Conjunction ­A coordinating conjunction joins thing together. •And, but, or, so ­Use a comma before a coordinating conjunction when it’s joining and independent  clause •A clause is a group of words that has a verb •an independent clause not only has a verb but has a subject and a complete thought •a dependent clause can stand alone, doesn’t have a complete thought. ­Suppose you have two independent clause but you don’t want two different sentences  had a comma and a coordinating conjunction.  ­If you don’t put a coordinating conjunctions it’s wrong. It becomes a comma slice.  ­if you don’t put any punctuation and have two independent clauses in the same  sentence, that’s known as a fused sentence, which is also wrong. •Both a fused sentence and a comma splice are also known as a run on sentence.  Ex: The department sponsored a seminar on college survival skills, and it also hosted a  barbecue for new students. ­If the first independent clause is more than 5 words you don’t need a comma and just  an “and” is fine. Ex: The plane took off and we were on our way. 32b: Use a comma after and introductory clause or a phrase. ­If you have a verb you don’t have a phrase. ­A phrase doesn’t never has a verb. ­Ing words aren’t verbs unless it has a helping verb. ­All introductory clause start with a dependent clause and end with a complete thought. •Always put a comma after the introductory clause. 32c: Use a comma between all itms in a series. ­A comma between the last two words in a series is optional. 32d: Use a comma between coordinate adjectives not joined with and.  Do not use a comma between cumulative adjectives. ­When two or more adjectives each modify a noun separately they are coordinate. •If the adjectives can be joined with and, the adjectives are coordinate so you should  use commas instead. Ex: Roberto is a warm, gentle, affectionate father. ­Adjectives that don’t modify the noun separately are cumulative. •Cumulative adjectives cannot be joined by and. Ex: Three large gray shapes moved slowly toward us.  2


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