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Rule #2: Use commas to separate two or more adjectivesthat come before a noun.
Rule #3 : Use a comma before and, but, for ,nor, or, so, or yet.
Rule #4 : Use commas to set off an expression that interrupts a sentence.
Rule #5 : Use commas to set off nonessential appositives and nonessential appositives phrases.
Rule #6: Use commas after certain introductory elements.
Rule #7 :Use commas to set off words that are used in direct address.
Rule #8: A comma or a period should be placed inside the closing quotations marks.
Rule #9 : Use commas in certain conventional situations.
Rule #10 : Use comma after the salutation of a personal letter and after the closing of any letter.
Rule #1 : Use commas to separate words, phrases, or clauses in a series.