Freakin' commas

1.When seperating phrases that don't need to be there.
ex: My pencil ,George, is broken.

2.When linking two independent clauses with  a conjunction.
ex: I want to play, but I have homework.

3.When you're addressing someone in particular.
ex: Let's shop, Grandma.

4.When making a list.
ex: I spy a sandwich, a duck, and a kid.

5.When you have more than one adjective modifying a noun.
ex: The beautiful, amazing Waddles.

6.After introductory phrases or clauses.
ex: Once we're done with this level, we'll move on to the next one.

7.Dates ( Not the love kind )
ex: November 12th, 2014

8.The end of a letter.
ex: I miss you Grandma
                                           Love, Jeff

9.Geographic location

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