comma with relative
Sould I put a comma before "who" here ?
He became a familiar figure to the actors,who would stop and speak to him.
All the best,
Re: comma with relative
With the comma = two separate concepts - he is known to the actors; the actors stopped and spoke to him
Without the comma = one linked action - those actors who stopped and spoke to him were the actors that recognised him.
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