COMMAS

The 6 rules are...

You need a comma when you are separating phrases that don't need to be there.

Example: My dog ,Oreo, is lazy.

You need a comma when you are liking two dependent clauses with a conjunction.

Example: I'd like to go to Six Flags but, it's my day to clean the bathroom.

You need a comma when your addressing someone in particular.

Example: Let's eat, Grandma.

You need a comma when you are making a list.

Example: Skittles, Lollipops, Smarties, and Snickers.

You need a comma when you have more than one adjective modifying a noun.

Example: The brilliant, hilarious teacher.

You need a comma when