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  1. Newbie
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    comma confusion

    i'm trying to figure this out-
    They may associate the group with bad behavior or criminal activity, without knowing or taking into account the reasons behind its actions.

    does this need the comma?

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    Re: comma confusion

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan H View Post
    i'm trying to figure this out-
    They may associate the group with bad behavior or criminal activity, without knowing or taking into account the reasons behind its actions.

    does this need the comma?
    No comma required.
    To do something without knowing ...

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