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    #1

    what's correct

    Angry again I decided to hurt him.

    or

    Angry again, I decided to hurt him.

    Or either is the same/correct?


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    Smile Re: what's correct

    I'm a student.
    I would like to think 'Angry again I decided to hurt him.' means 'I am angry again, so I decided to hurt him, this sentence has two parts.
    So in my opinion, 'Angry again, I decided to hurt him.' may be true

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    #3

    Re: what's correct

    Quote Originally Posted by placidran View Post
    Angry again I decided to hurt him.

    or

    Angry again, I decided to hurt him.

    Or either is the same/correct?
    You need the comma.

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