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PlacidRan

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I'm writing a novel and need help. What's correct:

1) "Yeah, baby, I like you, too."

2) "Yeah baby, I like you, too."
 

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Baby here means a grown girl or a woman, not an infant.
 

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I'm writing a novel and need help. What's correct:

1) "Yeah, baby, I like you, too."

2) "Yeah baby, I like you, too."
#2 is better in my opinion.
 

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Thank you (noted). I have another question. Would it be grammatically correct to say:

1) Angry again I decided to hurt him. (without a comma after again?)
 

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Thank you (noted). I have another question. Would it be grammatically correct to say:

1) Angry again I decided to hurt him. (without a comma after again?)
No, you need the comma.
 

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I see. Thanks.
 
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