3 thoughts on “Happy National Book Lovers Day!

    • An Oxford comma is used when listing multiple things to easily seperate independent items. Most folks don’t use them or know about them, but I would love to see them taught again! So if you write, ‘I love spaghetti, pizza, chocolate and cucumbers.’ it could lead a reader to think you like chocolate on your cucumbers! But with the oxford comma, it is clear you do not! – I love spaghetti, pizza, chocolate, and cucumbers. – the comma comes before *and* or *or* when writing this type of sentence 😊

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