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    comma to separate a clause from word ..

    I have seen many places that words or phrases added at the start of a clause typically require a comma, but what about similar situation when words or phrases are present at the end of a clause.

    e.g.

    I have some work to do, tomorrow or
    I have some work to do tomorrow

    Tomorrow, I have some work to do.

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    Re: comma to separate a clause from word ..

    ...to do tomorrow (without a comma).

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    Re: comma to separate a clause from word ..

    thanks

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