The television has broken, therefore I will get it fixed.
I ended up in the nearest forest, consequently I had to find my way back immediately.
To get this sofa out of the living room, we need to lift it up.
Can we use connectives and commas together, or will that be comma splicing at times?
Is it best I stick to subordinate conjunction, and coordinating conjunction?
Commas before connectives? Watch
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- 22-07-2014 11:05
- 23-07-2014 11:10
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