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    In which one of he following sentences is the comma used correctly?

    Johnson is my attorny, he finally brok the silenc.

    Giving it their best, none of the swimmers broke John Gore's record.

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    Re: In which one of he following sentences is the comma used correctly?

    The second one. In the first one the comma should be a period. (Of course, you still have a problem there.)

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