I think you mean "between coast and she". I would place a comma there. It is common to do that after an opening adverbial clause. :wink:Originally Posted by jack
After she moved to the coast she discovered that she liked the rain; she forgot her earlier dislike of wet pavement and often went for long walks on rainy days. <--why isn't there a comma between "she" and "discovered"?
After shmoved to the coast, she discovered that the ocean is endlessly fascinating. <--this one have a comma?
I was studying this book and they did not have a comma. I was wondering if it was error.
why is it an error? Why is this rhetorical? How can i tell?
I'd put the comma in too.
"I like the colour Blue," she said. <--why is there a comma after blue? why isn't it a period? how do you know?
The 'seh said' is also part of the sentence. What she said is grammatically a sentence, but you also want to include the rest. If not, speech would become very choppy.