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    Comma needed here?

    "Patrick, where are you?"
    "Foolish, little sister. I am right here!" (Do I need a comma after foolish?)

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    Re: Comma needed here?

    Quote Originally Posted by placidran View Post
    "Patrick, where are you?"
    "Foolish, little sister. I am right here!" (Do I need a comma after foolish?) No, there is no reason to separate the two adjectives "Foolish" and "little".
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