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    comma 2

    I'm trying to write an introduction speech for communication applications class. I want to know am I placing my comma in the right place.

    Thesis statement: I'm here today to share with the audience, Justin Timberlake's accomplishments.

    Did I place the common in the right place?



    I plan on telling the audience about his accomplishments.

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    Re: comma 2

    I'm here today to share with the audience, Justin Timberlake's accomplishments.

    No, that is not correct placement for the comma.

    How about:

    I'm here to share Justin Timberlake's accomplishments with the audience.

    no comma is needed here.

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