When do you put a comma after using inc?
No you don't.
I have researched this question and the answer is- yes or no. It seems that either is correct. Historically a comma was used- Company Name, Inc. but according to the Chicago Style Manual it is acceptable to omit the comma. Note as well, that if in a sentence- Company Name, Inc., was providing.... a comma is used AFTER the Inc. as well. OR you can just leave out both. Is it a wonder that learning… Read More
There is not a comma after Inc but there is a period then you continue the sentence. It should look like this- Inc.
You would use a comma before it. Xerox, Inc.
Yes, but a space comes after the comma like this:, inc
"Inc" is not a word, it's an abbreviation for "Incorporated," and there should be a comma before it.
No. Inc. is the abbreviation for "incorporated" and it needs to be set off by a comma and followed by a period. If however the sentence continues after the "Inc." there needs to be a comma after the period. For example: Name of the Employer: ABC Company, Inc. She works at ABC Company, Inc., where she has been working as an administrative assistant.
But is never used as a preposition.
If Inc. is an abbreviation, then it should be followed by a full stop, If Inc. falls as part of a sentence then both a full stop and a comma is required.
You can put a comma before or after just about any word if the sentence structure requires it. If the sentence structure does not require it, it may be permissable to use a comma to assist in clarity and avoid confusion. Otherwise, don't use a comma. Have I confused you yet? Using a comma does not depend on the word, it depends on the structure of the sentence.
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In general, no, but there are some situations in which using a comma after "but" is correct. If the word "but" is followed by an expression that needs to be set off by commas, then you would put a comma after "but" and another comma after the expression. Here is an example: I was going to say no, but, because you have presented such a persuasive argument, I have decided to allow it. An example… Read More
No you put a common when you are using by as a conjunction. You usually use a comma before for, and, nor, but, or, yet, or so.
It really depends upon the sentence. Remember, a comma indicates a slight pause. If you would pause when speaking that sentence at that location, then put in a comma to indicate that.
You ussualy put a comma before the conjuction. On rare evernts you put the comma after.
It makes no difference.
Yes you can put a comma after or
no you put a comma after so, or but
you can put a comma before and, but not after and. unless you wrote the sentence like my first sentence where you need to put a comma before but.
Comma after what?
No unless it's structurally necessary such as at the end of a preposition. When writing the date using numbers for the day and year, a comma is inserted between the two.
Do not put a space before a comma. Put one space after the comma.
No! You don't put a comma
Commas are features of entire sentences, not of words or phrases. Such as may follow a comma when introducing a list: We enjoy many things together, such as reading and singing. When used to mean similar to or like, there is no comma: A person such as you should know that.
In a company name such as "ABC Corp," do not use a comma. However, use a comma in the formulation, "ABC, Inc."
You would put the comma before the therefore. for example: I am a girl, therefore I wear make-up and have long hair. (Just an example not all girls wear make-up and have long hair.)
The comma goes after.
you do not have to put the comma there
In a series you should put commas after each element, except for the last. For example you should write: John, Margaret, Mary, and Paul came to the party. The comma after Mary is called the Oxford, Serial, or Harvard comma. Most style guides on both sides of the Atlantic recommend always using this comma.
It depends on the context. Here are a few examples: "Charles! Shoes go on the floor! You know that, don't you?" And that, my friends, is how the story ends. Usually, if not always, a comma goes after 'that', in my experience.
No. A comma is a punctuation mark.
Put it at the end after a comma like this: King, Martin Luther, Jr.
At the end of a sentence, put comma before. At the beginning of a sentence, put comma after.
Put one space after a comma.
The best guide is to put a comma when there is a short gap between the words when spoken.
No you do not. You put a comma in between state and city though.
you put in a comma when you pause natulary, e.g My name is Matthew, what is your name. Hope this helped
Yes, there is usually a comma. If you choose not to use a comma then you should remain consistent. For example, if you're writing an academic paper and using lots of dates then they should either all have commas or they should all have no commas.
When using the word "however" in the middle of a sentence, you use commas before and after the word if combining a independent and dependent clauses. You may also use it for two independent clauses or use a ";" before the word however followed by a comma.
Do NOT put a comma before subordinating conjunctions such as unless, if or because.
You can use ", and" or just "and" but not just a comma.
no. if but before is a sentence on its on and after but is a sentence on its own then put a comma before but.
I don't think there's anything wrong with using a comma in questions if that's what you're asking.
Very few times is a comma after but, but usually the coma goes before but. (I put comma after the first but :))
It entirely depends on the context. In some contexts you would put a comma before that word, in some contexts you would put a comma after it, in some contexts you would put a comma both before and after it, and in some contexts you would not put a comma either before or after it. A comma corresponds to a place where you would pause if you were speaking the sentence aloud. There are absolutely… Read More
comma is very important part of a Sentence. Without comma meaning is lost.
You put a comma every time you take a breath. You most likely would not put a comma after the word that. To see for yourself, say the sentence aloud and see if you stop to take a breath. Hope this helps!! :)
You can but do not have to. It is not wrong if you do. It is very rare to put a comma(This is what a comma looks like',')after a coordinating conjuntion.
No, you don't have to put a comma before at all.
no you do not put a comma at the end of a poem