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    barnej0096 is offline Member
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    Default Relative clauses - comma

    I'm not sure if I should use a comma in this sentence:
    'He spoke quickly, which confused me.'

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    tom3m is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Relative clauses - comma

    NOT A TEACHER

    I think we should use a comma there.

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