The Oxford Comma

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Let it be known that in modern American English usage, the so-called Oxford Comma (the last in a string and usually before the words and or or) is completely optional. You don’t need it.

That being noted, here’s a court in Maine that ruled against a company for its not using the Oxford Comma.

Absence of the Comma Makes the Sentence Harsher

Categories: Grammar Notes

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