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With an Interim rail pass, discover up to 30 European countries by train.
I am confused here. I think using a comma would be a comma splice, but again it sets off with a prepositional phrase - so does it need a comma?
Thanks in advance
Thanks. But, may I know why?
I should point out that I agree with bhaisahab's post #2 that the comma is not necessary. However, I would probably use one in your example sentence. Sometimes commas are optional.
By the way, are you sure it's an "Interim Rail Pass", not an "InterRail Pass"?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
A comma isn't part of the language, but is just a strange Italian Renaissance import. I swear, I never, ever use them.