Were old English double commas semicolons?
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As well as commas?
Commas are a feature of sentence structure. There is no word or phrase in English that requires one. The formula "as well as" may appear properly with no commas at all, with one before or one after, all depending on the clause and the sense. When it means "with the same skill or success" it never has commas: I speak french as well as he does. When it means "too, also" it may take a comma before, depending on its place in the clause: I have my passport and my driver's license, and some local cash as well. OR I have some local cash, as well as my passport and driver's license. I am old as well as Aisha