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    The missionaries will receive help from God, so that they can conquer every obstacle

    The missionaries will receive help from God, so that they can conquer every obstacle in their mission.

    Is the comma needed? Thanks.

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    Re: The missionaries will receive help from God, so that they can conquer every obsta

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    The missionaries will receive help from God, so that they can conquer every obstacle in their mission.

    Is the comma needed? Thanks.
    In my opinion, it is optional. Comma use is often based on individual preference. The key is whether it affects the meaning.

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