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    Do I have to put comma in this kind of sentences?


    And that's the end folks. -->And that's the end, folks.



    This is just the beginning folks. -->This is just the beginning, folks.



    No limits people. -->No limits, people.
    which sentence is correct?

    1.Do I have to put comma in this kind of sentence
    2.Do I have to put comma in this kind of sentences
    3.Do I have to put comma in these kinds of sentence
    4.Do I have to put comma in these kinds of sentences

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    It's normal to put a comma to separate the person\people you are addressing, so I'd do it.

    1 & 4 are correct, and 3 is one that people might argue over, the coubt being whether you can have plural kinds of a single sentence.

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    Default Re: please tell me

    Quote Originally Posted by jeab
    Do I have to put comma in this kind of sentences?


    And that's the end folks. -->And that's the end, folks.



    This is just the beginning folks. -->This is just the beginning, folks.



    No limits people. -->No limits, people.
    which sentence is correct?

    1.Do I have to put comma in this kind of sentence
    2.Do I have to put comma in this kind of sentences
    3.Do I have to put comma in these kinds of sentence
    4.Do I have to put comma in these kinds of sentences
    I agree with TDOL. I would use #1, but I would accept #4 and possibly #3.

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