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Commas are to be placed before a coordinating conjunction. A coordinating conjunction brings together two independent sentences into a compound sentence. Coordinating conjunctions include and, but, for, so, yet, nor, and or. It is important to place the comma in the right place when using these words in between two independent clauses. In this quiz, the students will place the comma in the correct place.
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