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    punctuation

    Do I have to use comma after the word of 'footballer' in this sentence,why?
    'Pele is the only footballer?who has had so much impact on football'
    Thanks in advance.

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    #2

    Re: punctuation

    yes..


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    #3

    Re: punctuation

    No, it flows as a single statement - "Pele is the only footballer who has...."

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    Re: punctuation

    angelika's right.. one statement..
    but i wonder why some books always use a comma to separate who/which from the word before it..
    any answer angelika?

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