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  1. Anonymous

    The adverb ' please'

    Is it necessary to use comma after the word 'please'? For example: 'Please, pass me the salt'.

    Thank you.

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    If it's in initial position, both are used fairly regularly. When it is at the end, it is usually after a comma.

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