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    debris floating?

    "All you could see was some debris floating on the surface of the sea." Is "debris floating" correct, or should it be "debris, floating"?

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    Re: debris floating?

    Quote Originally Posted by birgit33 View Post
    "All you could see was some debris floating on the surface of the sea." Is "debris floating" correct, or should it be "debris, floating"?
    It's OK with or without the comma IMO.

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