Re: Use of Comma - use of term "limited in"
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Originally Posted by GEE-DEN
1. Are you certain that your native language is English? Your post was written in a way which suggests you are not a native speaker. If English is not your first language, please amend your member profile so that it shows correct information.
2. Your question didn't make sense. You said "I'm curious to know which of the sentences are (should have been "is") correct". That suggests that you thought that one of them was definitely correct but you then said "If neither ..." suggesting that you recognised the possibility that they are both incorrect. They are both incorrect.
3. "im" is not a word. The contraction of "I am" is "I'm". Always capitalise "I" (first person singular) and the apostrophe is very important.
4. I don't know what you mean by "I'm not in limited movement". Perhaps you mean "my movement is not restricted". If that is the case, then I suppose your sentence should read "For me, it's a way to be out of the office and (no comma here) not on a course (no comma required) where my movement is limited".
Note, however, that even that doesn't make much sense. Why would your movement be limited on a course? I assume you mean a training course.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 02-Oct-2013 at 23:37.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.