It is usually appropriate to place a comma before "but." One should not use a comma after "but."
You rarely use a comma after and, unless there is an elliptical expression there, and some people believe that you should never use a comma before and.In general, commas are not used but there are exceptional circumstances.
In a company name such as "ABC Corp," do not use a comma. However, use a comma in the formulation, "ABC, Inc."
There is no comma before Jr.
No, Use Comma only before "But"
Not necessarily. A comma indicates a pause in speech, or separates ideas for clarity. Where there is no pause and no possible confusion there should be no comma.
You can use a comma before as well when you are ending the sentence with as well. Commas are used to make sentences clearer.
Not necessarily. There is no word that always requires a comma before it.
When using commas in a list, you should use a comma before the words "and" or "or". Such as: I went to see the show with Jason, Peter, and Paul.
No of course not!only when you have run on sentences.
"Inc" is not a word, it's an abbreviation for "Incorporated," and there should be a comma before it.
In a compound sentence, the comma would be placed before the word but.
No, a comma is not necessary.
Use a comma only before coordinating conjunctions: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so."Because" is not a coordinating conjunction, so do notuse a comma before it.
You would use a comma before it. Xerox, Inc.
Use a comma before the word but. Example: Maila attended the party, but Sheila did not.
I do not use a comma before and after that word, therefore you will not see it in any sentence I have written.