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    May I use only the words AND BUT OR YET with a comma if I want to join two small sentences (without making a comma splice) to make a sentence? What about WHILE? Should FOR NOR SO NEITHER be used? Thank you for all your help

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    Re: Comma

    It's usually better to have a comma with all of these words, especially if the sentence is fairly long.

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