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    #1

    comma question/approximately

    Which is correct:
    1) When will we get there approximately?
    2) When will we get there, approximately?

    Isn't the comma necessary?

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    Navi.

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    Re: comma question/approximately

    Yes, but the sentence would be better with "approximately" at the beginning.

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