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    A comma!

    after the words " for example " do we have to put a comma ? or just leave it as
    " for example yaya , papa , haha " ?

    thank you

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    Re: A comma!

    Thatīs a good question! In Portuguese we put a comma whenever we feel there should be a fraction of a pause before the next word, so there are times I put the comma and others that I donīt.
    " In English there are many words that contain silent letters, like listen ,for example./ like for example, listen."
    Anyway,I donīt know if thatīs the case in English....does anyone?

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