Comma Sense: Is There Anything Sexier Than a Well-placed Comma?
In these first ten days of June, dear readers, I offer you a series of common comma dilemmas. And since I’m just back from a fantastic voyage through Spain, I’ll augment each comma lesson with a sexy photo from the trip.
Do you feel confused or muddled when placing commas in your sentences? Do you scatter them willy-nilly and hope for the best? Do you place them where they “feel right” and wonder how close you are to correct? Follow along while I serve up Sexy Grammar examples to help you feel confident inserting and pulling out commas in your sentences.
Here’s an easy one to get us started: Addressees.
When a sentence is addressed to someone, set the addressee apart with commas.
Darling, would you please pass the condoms and lube?
Now you try. Copy these sentences into the comments box below and place the commas correctly. I’ll check back in to see how you did.
Thanks everyone for bringing so many hot toys.
Congratulations on coming out as kinky Kari.