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    [comma] I had no choice, but to be late today.

    I had no choice, but to be late today.
    She had no choice, but to go home first.
    (Pattern English " I had no choice " " there is no excuse for ")


    Are the two commas necessary?

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    Re: [comma] I had no choice, but to be late today.

    I would remove those commas.

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